Updated Monday, March 30 at 7:11 a.m.

The list of closures, cancellations, postponed events, and events taking place as originally scheduled below is designed to help travelers with their planning. Please note that this is a constantly evolving situation, dates are subject to change, and you should check the website of any event or attraction you may be planning to visit, along with the website of that destination. We will be tracking these and other coronavirus-related developments closely, updating this article as new information becomes available.

Theme Parks

• Disneyland Resort, Anaheim: The two parks, Disneyland Park and California Adventure Park, hotels of Disneyland Resort, and Downtown Disney District are closed temporarily

Universal Studios Hollywood, Los Angeles: The Hollywood park is closed temporarily.

• More theme parks closed temporarily include SeaWorld San DiegoLEGOLAND CaliforniaKnott’s Berry Farm (including Knott's Berry Farm Hotel and California Marketplace), Six Flags Magic Mountain, and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.

Gilroy Gardens: The family-focused theme park's season opening has been postponed.

California Great America, Santa Clara: This park's season opening has also been postponed.

Music & Entertainment Events

Winter Wondergrass Tahoe, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows: Originally scheduled for March 27–31, this music festival is now postponed until April 2021. Ticketholders should check the event page for information on credits and possible refunds for the festival’s varying events. 

 • Coachella, Indio: The two-weekend-long April event has been postponed until Oct. 9–11 and 16–18. Passes can be refunded or used in October.

Stagecoach, Indio: The April event has been rescheduled for Oct. 23–25. Purchased passes can be refunded or used in October.

Harry Potter & the Cursed Child, San Francisco: The blockbuster play running at the Curran Theater has been suspended. See the update page about ticket exchanges. 

WonderCon Anaheim: The Orange County branch of Comic-Con, originally planned for April 10–12 at the Anaheim Convention Center, has been postponed. No new date has been set, but check the update page for information on the date or refunds.

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas, Los Angeles: The festival based at the University of Southern California, originally planned for April 13–14, has been rescheduled for Oct. 3–4.

Beach Life Festival, Redondo Beach: The music festival in L.A. County’s South Bay has been postponed. Date of reschedule and ticketing information to be announced in the coming days.

• Bottlerock Napa Valley: This wine country music and food fest has been rescheduled for Oct. 2–4.

Comic-Con, San Diego: This iconic pop culture event, held annually at the San Diego Convention Center, remains on the schedule for July 23–26.

Outside Lands, San Francisco: The food and music festival at Golden Gate Park is still scheduled for Aug. 7–9; the festival has already promised refunds if the event is ultimately rescheduled or canceled.

KAABOO San Diego: The music festival, set to move from Del Mar to Petco Park this year, is scheduled to go on the weekend of Sept. 18–20.

Culinary Events

Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival, Anaheim: Due to Disneyland closures starting March 14, this event—which kicked off on Feb. 28 and was originally slated to run through April 21—is temporarily canceled. 

Knott’s Boysenberry Festival, Buena Park: The berry event at the theme park, originally scheduled to take place from March 20 through April 19, has been postponed until a date to be determined.

25th Battle of the Brews, Sonoma: The April 4 brew fest has been postponed indefinitely. Refunds are being offered. 

Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival: The April 16–19 epicurean event has been postponed indefinitely, with refunds being offered.

Rhythm & Brews Festival, Vista: The May 2 music and beer festival in San Diego County has been canceled.

The Long Beach Seafood Festival: This event’s second year of festivities, which had been planned for May 2, has been canceled.

Garden Grove Strawberry Festival: This May 16–17 event has been canceled and will resume on May 28–31, 2021.

• California Strawberry Festival, Oxnard: This event, scheduled for May 16–17, has been canceled. There are no plans to reschedule for 2020.

• Gilroy Garlic Festival: This annual Central Coast celebration has been postponed to July 23–25, 2021.

• Castroville Artichoke Festival: This annual Monterey County artichoke extravaganza will be postponed to Aug. 8–9, 2020.

Temecula Valley Balloon Festival: The May festival has been postponed to Sept. 25–27, 2020.

• Pasadena Chalk Festival: This event, scheduled to take place at The Paseo outdoor mall in downtown Pasadena from June 20–21, has been postponed until further notice.

Sporting Events

National Basketball Association: All games are suspended until further notice.

NCAA March Madness: All games have been canceled.

Major League Baseball: Opening Day, originally scheduled for March 26, has been pushed back to a date to be determined, and Spring Training has been canceled.

National Hockey League: All games are suspended until further notice.

Major League Soccer: All games have been postponed through May 9.

Subaru Sea Otter Classic, Monterey: Originally planned for April 11–13, the cycling event has been rescheduled for Oct. 1–4. See the FAQ page for refund and registration information.

Grand Prix Long Beach: The April 17–19 Formula 1 racing event has been canceled. The 2020 event may be rescheduled for later this year, but will otherwise return in 2021.

Big Sur International Marathon: The April 26 race series has been postponed, and will possibly be rescheduled for late summer or early fall. The 3K race will not be rescheduled.

Bay to Breakers, San Francisco: The annual footrace through the City by the Bay has been postponed until Sept. 20, 2020.

Outdoor Events

Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival, San Francisco: This two-weekend event in April (11–12; 17–19) has been canceled.