Coronavirus continues to affect San Antonio in a flurry of canceled events and closures
Concerns about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, have led to cancellations across San Antonio area. Below is a running list of events that have either been canceled or postponed. We will update the list as more information becomes available, but check before you head out.
San Antonio Book Festival — All events taking place during the 8th Annual San Antonio Book Festival weekend, originally scheduled for April 2-4, including Lit Crawl and the festival itself, are being cancelled. The Book Appétit Literary Feast featuring Amor Towles will be postponed to November 30 at the Witte Museum.
Ruby City — Closed until further notice. Upcoming events have been canceled or postponed.
Historic Pearl — All Pearl programming is suspended until further notice, including the weekend farmers market.
Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair —Cancelled, no rescheduled date provided.
St. Patrick’s Day Festival and River Parade — Cancelled.
McNay Art Museum — Beginning March 16, at 5 pm, the museum and grounds will temporarily close until further notice, according to a release.
Old Settler's Musical Festival — Organizers have postponed this event until the fall. An exact date was not given.
The Aztec Theatre — The venue is postponing or cancelling all upcoming events until further notice.
Blue Star Contemporary — Closed to the public until further notice.
Disney's Aladdin at the Majestic Theatre — This has been postponed. If you have purchased tickets, the venue will reach out to you directly.
San Antonio Symphony — All performances are cancelled through April 25.
Third Annual Taco Fest: Music Y Más — Postponed until further notice.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and resident companies — Closed until April 25.
Kenny Chesney — The country star's May 23 performance at the Alamodome has been cancelled.
San Antonio Spurs — Beginning March 12, the NBA is suspended for at least 30 days.