Here are some notable events in the sports, entertainment and business world that have been canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
- The Prague International Film Festival, originally scheduled for March 19-27, has been postponed.
- The Red Sea International Film Festival, an inaugural event in Saudi Arabia scheduled for March 12-21, has been canceled.
- The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, which this year is celebrating its 22nd year, was postponed from March until possibly late May or early June.
- The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights in Switzerland was canceled.
- The London Book Fair, which was expected to bring 25,000 publishers, authors and agents from around the world from March 10-12, was canceled.
- Serie A, Italy’s pro soccer league, has completely halted play through at least April 3.
- The Chinese Grand Prix, scheduled for April 17-19, was canceled.
- The World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing, China, was postponed a year until March 2021.
- The Hong Kong Filmart was postponed from March to Aug. 27-29.
- The Ultra Music Festival in Miami, a 21-year-old event scheduled from March 20-22, has been canceled.
- The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, both scheduled to take place in Indio, California, in April, have been postponed until October.
- The BNP Paribas Open, a pro tennis tournament in Indian Wells, California held every March, was canceled.
- The 25th annual Los Angeles Festival of Books was postponed from April until Oct. 3 and 4.
- The Ivy League canceled its postseason basketball tournaments, awarding NCAA tournament bids to the men’s and women’s regular season champions.
- The Google I/O developers conference set for May has been canceled.
- The Zac Brown Band postponed the spring dates of its Owl Tour. Rescheduled dates have yet to be announced.
- Pearl Jam postponed a tour scheduled to go through U.S. and Canadian cities.
- BTS postponed an April 11 concert in Seoul, South Korea that was supposed to kick off a tour.
- Mariah Carey postponed a November show scheduled in Hawaii.
- Green Day canceled tour stops in Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Korea scheduled for March.
- Avril Lavigne has postponed tour stops in China, Japan, the Philippines and Taiwan.