Corona concert cancellations

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The first thing that comes up on Google when you look up “utah concerts” is a COVID-19 warning that states “event information may be out of date due to the coronavirus. Confirm details with event organizers.” So, if you’ve been planning on going to a concert this year, or if you’ve already bought concert tickets, here are some of the concerts that have been rescheduled. 

Post Malone was scheduled to perform at Vivint Smart Home Arena on March 21, but the date is now postponed, and the official date of the concert hasn’t been confirmed.

Louis Tomlinson is scheduled to perform at the Sandy Amphitheater July 14, as of now the date also hasn’t been rescheduled yet. 

Other musicians/performers that were coming in concert this year that have been postponed/cancelled include Celine Dion, Brian Reagan, Zac Brown Band, Jojo Siwa, etc.

Performers that have cancelled their tours/events have come up with alternate ways of still performing. Some have turned to livestreams to perform instead, and again, some are just postponing the dates of their concerts. 

Even though there’s nothing like a live performance, entertainers are hosting live shows via streaming for free, which will probably never happen again. So while you have the time, you should check a few of them out!

Some performances that have happened recently include John Krasinski’s prom where he invited musical guests to perform such as Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers

If you’re interested in watching any concerts or performances over quarantine visit https://www.npr.org/2020/03/17/816504058/a-list-of-live-virtual-concerts-to-watch-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown for more info.