A List Of Canceled Events In Houston Area

Several events have been canceled or postponed amid the growth of concerns regarding coronavirus. For the events that required tickets, ticketholders should follow refund instructions from the vendor.

Emergency health declarations were announced Wednesday for the city of Houston and Harris County in light of the first non-travel related coronavirus case in the region

List of affected events

·Annual CERAWeek conference

·RodeoHouston

·Greater Houston Partnership cancelling all events through April

·SXSW festival

·ALIEF ISD school field trips and parent/community school events

·Tour de Houston (rescheduled)

·18th Annual Run for the Rose reschedule for October 18

·Bayou City Classic

·Fans will not be allowed to attend any March Madness games

·All events have been cancelled at Discovery Green through April 1, but The Roller Rink, The Lake House and The Grove will stay open.

·The Bayou City Art Festival scheduled for March 27-29 in Memorial Park has been postponed.

·Lakewood Church canceled public services for Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15. Services will be streamed on the church's Facebook page, YouTube and online at LakewoodChurch.com.

·The University of Houston has canceled its Frontier Fiesta 2020 due to COVID-19 and emergency health declaration

·Project Row Houses canceled the opening event and market for Round 51:Local Impact II on Saturday, March 14; Expected to resume Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 12-5 p.m.

·Tomball German Festival

·Grand Slam/Astros Fun at Bat for Youth Baseball events scheduled for March 12 - 31

·H-Town Soccer for Success Academy Monday scheduled for March 12 - 31

·Youth Soccer Tournament/Soccer for Success Tournament at Mason Park scheduled for March 14 - 15

·"Noche Caliente with Ismael Miranda" at Miller Outdoor Theater on March 21

·Mandala Earth Flow at Emancipation Park on March 28

·Heights Kids' Day of Music at Love Park on March 28

·Trash Bash at various locations on March 28

·Children's Festival at Sam Houston Park from April 4 - 5

·Japan Festival Houston at Hermann Park, from May 2 - 3 is postponed potentially to the fall

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