san antonio coronavirus cancellations

The past couple of days have brought major updates on public events. From the NBA and NHL pausing their seasons to celebrities rescheduling concerts, there is so much happening that it can be hard to keep up. Below is a list of the different public events that have been canceled or postponed in the San Antonio area so you can be informed and prepared. The list will be updated daily.

Events That Have Been Cancelled

  • 2020 Fiesta of Flight Air & Space Expo, Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio
  • American Society for Health Care Engineering’s PDC Summit
  • Self Storage Association spring conference and trade show
  • Big Brother casting call
  • Univision’s Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair in Travis Park
  • Smoke BBQ Music Festival
  • Home for Our Troops Organization’s build event for Army SFC Gabriel Monreal in Spring Branch
  • All city-sponsored events are cancelled.
  • Community meetings have been cancelled.
  • City hosted events are cancelled through March 20.
  • The Pride Center has suspended all events, meetings, and groups but shall remain open.
  • The San Antonio Boat and Outdoor Expo
  • 91st annual San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Gala
  • New Braunfels Founders Day Parade and Founders’ Trail Ride
  • San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Tribute
  • St. Patrick’s Day events such as the dyeing of the river and the St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade
  • The official Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair
  • The Valero Texas Open
  • An Evening with Dr. Jane Goodall at the Tobin Center
  • Parks Spurs Youth Basketball League is cancelled through March 20
  • San Antonio Book Festival
  • Girls Empowerment Summit
  • Down Syndrome Association of South Texas has cancelled all events through March
  • Archdiocese of San Antonio Youth Spectacular: Walking in the Way of Love. Refunds are available for tickets
  • Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice
  • Sondido Barroco Coffe Canata performance at Rosella Coffee
  • Marky Ramone’s appearance at Traders Village
  • The CAMMIE Awards
  • Musical Bridges Around the World Second Saturday. The exhibition is open by appointment only.
  • Fiesta Oyster Bake
  • San Antonio Symphony has cancelled all concerts through April 25
  • The Comal Country Music Show
  • Pete Astudillo & Joe Ojeda
  • All Big 12 conference and non-conference games have been canceled for the remainder of the academic year.
  • 2020 Craft Brewers Conference

 

Events That Have Been Postponed

  • First Annual Mom Prom of San Antonio
  • National Society of Black Engineers Conference that was set for March 25-29. No rescheduled date has been announced.
  • American Organization for Immigrants Workshop: Understand the Naturalization and Citizenship Process has been rescheduled for May 16. More information available by calling the following numbers: 210-250-0762, 210-454-2164
  • UIL Basketball Tournament has been suspended until further notice. It will take effect upon the completion of the 3A session.
  • The McNay Second Thursday and Free Family Night is suspended until further notice. The museum will stay open during normal hours.
  • San Antonio Water System Spring Bloom that was set for March 14. No rescheduled date has been announced.
  • San Antonio Spurs games for the 2019-20 season have been suspended by the NBA indefinitely.
  • San Antonio FC games for the 2019-20 season have been suspended for 30 days by the USL.
  • San Antonio Rampage games for the 2019-20 season have been suspended by the AHL indefinitely.
  • Fiesta 2020 has been rescheduled for November 5-?
  • H-E-B has suspended all Second Saturday Screenings.
  • Selena XXV at the Alamodome is being rescheduled. All tickets are honored for the new date.
  • All events at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts through April 25 are postponed and will be rescheduled.
  • The Catholic Television of San Antonio Leadership Luncheon has been rescheduled for July 14 at the St. Paul Community Center at 1202 Donaldson Ave.
  • Aladdin performances at The Majestic Theatre are postponed. No reschedule dates have been announced.
  • Alamo City Rollergirls’ season opener has been postponed. There is no rescheduled date that has been announced.
  • TobyMac Hits Deep Tour has been postponed. No rescheduled dates have been announced.
  • Taco Fest: Music Y Mas has been postponed. No reschedule date has been announced.
  • Festival of India has been postponed. No reschedule date has been announced.
  • Dance Gavin Dance has been postponed. No reschedule date has been announced.
  • Banda MS at Freeman Coliseum has been postponed until Aug. 29
  • Trey Kennedy has been postponed. No reschedule date has been announced.
  • El Show en Vivo de Bely y Beto has been postponed with no rescheduled date announced.
  • Glass Animals, performing, at the Aztec Theater, has been postponed with no reschedule date announced.
  • Ally Brooke at the Aztec Theater has been postponed with no reschedule date announced.
  • Combate Americas San Antonio MMA World Championship has been postponed. There is no rescheduled date that has been announced.
  • TAPPS has suspended all extracurricular activities.
  • All Longhorns athletics have been suspended until further notice.

Concerts/Performances Rescheduled

  • Kenny Chesney has postponed all of his concerts in Houston, Arlington, and San Antonio. No rescheduled dates have been announced.
  • Ali Wong rescheduled her performance at The Majestic Theatre at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Aug. 15. Tickets bought for the original performances will be honored and refunds may be awarded to those who cannot attend the Aug. 15 rescheduled performance.
  • Dan + Shay rescheduled their performance at the AT&T Center for Aug. 1

Schools That Have Postponed Classes

  • Pre-K 4 SA centers are closed from March 16 to March 20.
  • Head Start centers n Edgewood School Districts and SAISD re closed from March 16 to March 20.
  • Alamo Heights ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Archdiocese of SA Catholic Schools are closed until April 3.
  • Bandera ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Boerne ISD will be closed until March 23.
  • Comal ISD is closed until March 23
  • D’Hanis ISD is closed until March 23.
  • East Central ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Edgewood ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Great Hearts Academies is closed until March 30.
  • Harlandale ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Harmony Public Schools are closed until March 30.
  • Hill Country Montessori School is closed until March 24.
  • Jubillee Academies is closed until March 23.
  • Judson ISD is closed until March 23.
  • KIPP Texas Public Schools will be closed until March 27.
  • La Vernia ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Lackland ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Medina Valley is closed until March 23.
  • The Montessori School of San Antonio is closed until April 3
  • North East ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Northside ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Pleasanton ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Positive Solutions Charter School is closed through March 20.
  • Randolph Field ISD is closed March 16-20.
  • San Felipe Del Rio CISD is closed until March 30.
  • South San ISD is closed until March 23.
  • San Antonio ISD is closed until March 23.
  • San Antonio Academy of Texas is closed until April 3 and will be starting online education on March 23.
  • Southwest ISD is closed until March 23.
  • Southwest Preparatory School District is closed until March 20.
  • Southside ISD is closed until March 23.
  • St. Mary’s Hall is closed until April 3.
  • The University of Texas at San Antonio has extended Spring Break by one week and will have online classes afterward. Campus will remain open but staff are encouraged to stay home.
  • St. Mary’s University has extended Spring Break by one week. No word on if classes will move to online format when they return.
  • Alamo Colleges District has extended Spring Break by one week and will resume classes remotely on March 23.
  • Trinity University has extended Spring Break through March 22 and will transfer to online courses for the remainder of the semester.
  • Texas A&M San Antonio has extended Spring Break through March 22. The courses will resume online following break.
  • Our Lady of the Lake University extended Spring Break for in person classes through March 20 but will resume online courses as scheduled. All courses will switch to online format on March 23.
  • The University of the Incarnate Word extended Spring Break through March 20 for all Texas locations. Classes will resume online beginning March 23.

 

Businesses & Other Orgs That Have Closed

  • Witte Museum will be closed until March 20 starting the 13.
  • Morgan’s Wonderland will be closed from March 14 until March 19.
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas has announced they will be closed until the end of March taking effect on the 14.
  • City-owned galleries and exhibits are closed from March 14 to March 20.
  • All San Antonio Public Library locations will be closed from March 14 to March 22.
  • Balcones Heights City Municipal Court will be closed down for two weeks. Court set to reopen on April 1.
  • Sandy Oaks Municipal Court will be closed on March 16. No official announcement of the reopening date.
  • SeaWorld is closing down all of their park locations through the end of the month taking effect on March 16.
  • Schlitterbahn Waterparks & Resort has announced they will be closing their locations in New Braunfels and Galveston through the end of the month.
  • Concordia Church is switching to online-only services. You can email [email protected] or call 210-617-3780 for help with the online service.
  • First Baptist Church canceled all gatherings on March 15. They are live streaming the service starting at 11 a.m.
  • All Pearl programming such as Venue Open House, Weekend Farmers Market events, and Gustav’s Geysers is suspended until further notice.
  • The DoSeum is closed through March 20.
  • Cafe College is closed through March 20.
  • The San Antonio Zoo, Kiddie Park, and Will Smith Zoo are closed through March 20.
  • Parks and Recreation after school activities have been canceled.
  • All Senior Centers are closed to the public from March 14 to March 22.
  • City-owned VITA sites are closed through March 20. Call 211 for drop off options.
  • Blue Star Contemporary has been closed to the public until further notice.
  • The San Antonio Museum of Art is closed until March 20. In addition, all public programming has been suspended until April 10 and all school field trips are cancelled for the entire semester.
  • Bonham Exchange is pausing operations until further notice.

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