With the coronavirus concern, we’re getting frequent updates on what’s still on, what has been postponed, and what’s been called off. Here’s a running list to keep you in the loop.
Fans of the TV show Live PD were planning on coming to Pasco County from out of state for "Community Touch A Truck and Meet & Greet" on April 4, but Pasco Sheriff's office tweeted this week they will have to postpone.
Reopening June 11. They'll be closed Tuesday and Wednesday to start.
MOSI, along with The Glazer Children’s Museum, Tampa Museum of Art, Henry B. Plant Museum and The Florida Aquarium are closed.
The popular country music festival featuring Eric Church near Orlando has been postponed. Country in the Park in Pinellas Park for next weekend has also been called off.
The Bay Area Renaissance Festival wrapped up early for this year.
Tampa's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Ybor City Saturday night is cancelled.
Jersey Boys and all shows at The Straz Center have been suspended until April 19.
Chasco Fiesta organizers do hope to reschedule the festival, but given that Bret Michaels is going on tour with Poison, it might be tough to get him for when they do.
The race was originally scheduled for the weekend of March 13th, but was ultimately canceled. However, on March 26th officials announced they expect to reschedule the race for the end of the IndyCar season. Date TBD.
Art Garfunkel, Jill Scott, Graham Nash, America, Bruce Hornsby, Howard Jones, Frankie Valli, Trey Kennedy, A Bowie Celebration are all postponed.
The popular Polk County event is postponed. Word is they hope to move it to May.
Parks open June 5 at reduced capacity. Guests must go through a temperature check and wear a face mask.
The Rowdies season is postponed for 30 days.
WWE's WrestleMania 36 will not take place at Raymond James Stadium as planned. The WWE says they will instead present the show from their Orlando training center without an audience. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will automatically get a refund in the next 30 days.
No March Madness. The NCAA has cancelled the Division 1 men's and women's 2020 basketball tournaments, as well as all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships.
The parks remain closed, but some retail stores and restaurants are open at Disney Springs.
Tampa Bay Airfest 2020 featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels has been canceled at MacDill Air Force Base.
The PGA has canceled THE PLAYERS Championship and all events through the Valero Texas Open.
The NHL season is "paused" according to Commissioner Gary Bettman.
Kenny Chesney's Tampa show at Raymond James Stadium has been postponed. They do hope to reschedule.
Cher's Amalie Arena performance has been postponed.
The XFL has announced they will not be playing their regular season games. They say they're looking forward to a full season in 2021.
Major League Baseball has suspended Spring Training and will delay the start of the regular season.
The "America's Got Talent" and "Deal or No Deal" host was supposed to play the Seminole Hard Rock March 21. That show has been canceled.
The home show at the Florida State Fairgrounds has been postponed.
The University of South Florida will begin transitioning all classes to remote instruction beginning Monday, March 23. Visit usf.edu/coronavirus
Online classes will begin March 23 for those students who attend at the main campus.
Yes has cancelled the trip to Florida for the show, but the concert will go on with the Alan Parsons Project and a replacement act.
His March 16 performance at Ruth Eckerd Hall has been postponed. He says he hopes to reschedule.
His March 14th show has been postponed.
The St. Patrick's Day celebration in Tampa has been cancelled.
Tampa Pride 2020 has been rescheduled for May 30.
It hasn't been called off yet, however it seems unlikely as President Trump has told reporters it's unlikely the event will go on.