Postponed 2020 Tours Amid Coronavirus: Billie Eilish, Tool + More

Coronavirus pre-cautions got very real as of March 12, 2020. With current travel bans from Europe, and large venues closing their doors to avoid large gatherings of crowds, the music world has been impacted in a huge way.
Almost every tour for March and most of April has been postponed, and even giant spring festivals like Coachella and Ultra have decided to close up shop for the time being. The good news is that most of these concerts, tours, and festivals will still happen once the COVID-19 settles down! Some events already have new dates scheduled. And we'll all be a little bit safer from contracting the virus during these unprecedented times. So take care of yourselves!
Realizing that it's been insanely difficult to keep up with all the postponements and rescheduling, we're rounding up all the upcoming tours that have cancelled, and we'll be updating this list as more pour in.


King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
The North American Tour will now happen in October 2020.

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Trey Anastasio Band
TAB has completely cancelled his upcoming tour, which was going to kickoff on April 17th.
Harry Styles
Styles has canceled his Spring 2020 European tour and rescheduled it for 2021.
The Darkness
Their North American spring tour has been postponed.
David Gray
The crooner has rescheduled the remained of his UK White Ladder 20th Anniversary Tour til 2021. See the new dates below:
Kurt Vile and Cate le Bon
Their joint spring tour has been postponed til the summer. Check out the new dates below.

Five Finger Death Punch
FFDP's tour was meant to kickoff on April 8th, but has been rescheduled to the fall and will now kickoff on September 28. Papa Roach, I, Prevail, and Ice Nine Kills will all support. Check out all the new dates.
Thom Yorke
The Radiohead frontman has postponed his North American 2020 Tour and plans to reschedule for later in the year.
Sebastian Bach
Bach's "Skid Row" Tour have been rescheduled from the Spring, too October. The new dates kickoff October 30th in Seattle, and wrap up December 15th in San Francisco.
They've rescheduled the remainder of their North American "Hotel California" dates for the fall.
King Krule
The British indie rocker was in the middle of his European Tour when the pandemic hit. He's had to postponed the rest of his tour, as well as his entire April North American Tour. He's already rescheduled all dates for the fall!
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Cave's entire UK and Europe Tour, which was set for April and May, has been postponed.
“While hugely disappointing, this feels the best course of action to keep you all as safe as possible,” the band said in a statement. “We are working hard to finalise when the rescheduled shows will take place, and will share detailed information with you as soon as we have it. All existing tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled shows.”
Celine Dion
The rest of her Spring Courage World Tour has been postponed:
The Rolling Stones
Another iconic rock band has no choice but to postponed a tour. Their North American Spring Tour, which was set to kickoff in May, will be reschedule at a TBA date.
Guns N' Roses
The rock band has rescheduled their Latin America tour for November. Check out the new dates on their website.
Stephen Malkmus
The Pavement frontman was set to kickoff his solo tour in support of his new album Traditional Techniques in March, but is now postponing the spring tour til the summer when the other leg of the tour is set to take place.
Iggy Pop
Iggy's French tour was reschedule til September! Check out the new dates below.
The UK and European leg of Santana's Miraculous Tour is cancelled. He's still scheduled to tour in North America in June.
The Who
The classic rock legends have postponed their March UK dates, but promise to reschedule.

Foo Fighters
You KNOW it's serious when FF have to cancel a tour. Grohl reached out to fans in a Tweet to announce that the Van Tour has been moved from April to December. See what's been rescheduled so far below:
Elton John
The icon was set to kickoff the 2020 North American leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour on March 26th in Indianapolis and wrap on May 2nd in Detroit. The dates will be rescheduled the second leg of the North American Tour, which kicks off on May 22nd, is still scheduled as of now.
Head to his website for updates!
Lamb of God
The heavy metal legends have postponed their European and UK tour, which was set to kickoff on March 27th. Stay tuned for rescheduled dates!
Her "Here We Go Again" Spring Tour has been postponed. There are plans to reschedule for the end of 2020
“I’m heartbroken, but the health of my fans and my touring family comes first. The shows have been really special but, nothing is more important than everybody’s safety. I’m excited to see everyone when we’re back out on the road.”
Sturgill Simpson
Simpson and Tyler Childers have put their current tour on hold. They were halfway through we the Pandemic hit. They've reschedule the tour to April 20th in Omaha, Nebraska, and wrap up on May 31 in Sugarland, Texas for now. Some shows had to get cancelled due to scheduling conflicts: Hampton VA, Toronto, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Minneapolis.
Wilco kicked off a tour in support of Ode to Joy on March 9th, but have since had to postponed their Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. They plan on rescheduling these dates and still have plans to tour with Sleater-Kinney over the summer.
Keep up-to-date here.
The Danish rockers were suppose to tour the US starting April 4th, but due to restrictions with the Europe travel ban, they will now have to postpone.
Dashboard Confessional
The remainder of the band's DC20 tour has been postponed until June. Head to their website to keep your eyes peeled for the rescheduled dates.
My Chemical Romance
MCR have been gearing up for a big reunion tour this year. Unfortunately, their Australia and New Zealand tour legs will have to wait for a later time.
The Strokes
The indie rockers embarked on a short west coast run where they performed in Seattle, Vancouver, and were slated to perform in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 14th at The Forum. That show has now been moved to May 29th.

Billie Eilish
Eilish had only just begun her massive arena tour on March 9th, but after three shows has had to postponed the North American leg until further notice. Eilish did promise new dates, however!
Tool have postponed all their North American dates from April 16-May 5.
Against Me!
Just as the punk band kicked off their 2020 tour, they had to immediately postponed after three gigs. They plan on rescheduling their March and April dates, and as of now still plan to embark on their May 2020 tour with Your Baroness.
Rage Against the Machine
Another reunion brought to a halt! Rage will have to postpone the first leg of their tour, March 26th-May 20th. Run the Jewels was set to come along as main support. The July and August tours still are on as planned, but stay tuned for rescheduled dates for the spring tour!

Dan + Shay
The country duo had to choice but to postpone the spring leg of their US tour as arenas around the country shut down under mandatory orders. But fret not, they've already rescheduled for the summer! See their full statement below:
Avril Lavigne
The pop punk queen has no choice but to postpone her European Tour with the travel ban currently in effect. She plans on rescheduling the dates!
Phil Lesh
Lesh is turning 80 years old! Unfortunately the former Grateful Dead bassist has had to cancel his three-night concert celebration in NYC, but he'll be back! See the statement from Capitol Theatre below:
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros
Another Grateful Dead legend was also truckin' along on a winter/spring tour. Weir has had to postpone the remainder of his dates - but he's already rescheduled them all for the fall! See the new dates below:
Robbie Williams
His March/April residency at Encore Theatre has been postponed to July:
Jonas Brothers
The pop trio was set to performed a Las Vegas Residency at Park MGM from April 1 - 18, but that is now being postponed. See their statement below:
Kelly Clarkson
Clarkson has postponed her The Kelly Clarkson Show from April 1st to July.


SweetWater 420 Fest
This festival lineup will now take place next year - April 23-25, 2021.
Treefort Music Festival
The Boise music festival has been moved from March to September 23-27th.
Lollapalooza Chile and Argentina
The music festival which normally happens in March, will now happen November 27, 28, and 29. Find out more info here.
Lollapalooza Brasil
Brasil's Lolla will now happen December 4, 5, and 6, instead of April. Find out more info here.
The Napa festival has moved from Memorial Day weekend to October 2-4, 2020.
The four-day music festival will now take place September 24th-27th in Manchester, Tennessee.
Glastonbury Festival
The massive and legendary UK summer festival has been cancelled. The amount of time and labor it takes to build the infrastructure is not safe for workers in a time when people need to social distance.
"We very much hope that the situation in the U.K. will have improved enormously by the end of June. But even if it has, we are no longer able to spend the next three months with thousands of crew here on the farm, helping us with the enormous job of building the infrastructure and attractions needed to welcome more than 200,000 people to a temporary city in these fields."
Shaky Knees Festival
The May Day weekend festival has now moved til October. The Strokes, Black Keys and Smashing Pumpkins are set to headline.
Tecate Pa'l Norte
After much deliberation, the festival will be rescheduled for the "second half of the year."
Download Festival Australia
The fest was set to have My Chemical Romance as their headliner. They have officially cancelled the March fest.
Coachella Music Festival 2020
One the world's biggest music festivals has been forced to postponed to fall of 2020. The festival has already booked two weekends in October to make up for the loss - and all the headliners are still planned to perform!
SXSW 2020
Austin's SXSW will unfortunately not go on this year by ordinance of the City of Austin. The entire event has been cancelled.
Dreamville 2020
J. Cole's festival Dreamville is moving to the summer - the new date will be August 29th.
"While this decision has been extremely difficult to make, the safety of our fans, artists, and staff is always our top priority, and nothing will ever take precedence over your well-being," a festival rep said in a statement on Friday, noting that the new date is Aug. 29. "We now encourage everyone to follow the guidelines and various preventive measures put forth by local and national health authorities."
Ultra 2020
Miami's EDM festival was cancelled with plans to be reschedule at a later date.

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