As news of the coronavirus continues to develop, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution remains committed to monitoring events, festivals, venues, and things to do in metro Atlanta that are cancelled or changed. Below is a running list of events in and around the city that have altered because of a response to coronavirus concerns.
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American Craft Show: Craft fair planned for Cobb Galleria Centre canceled
Atlanta History Center: Author Lori Gottlieb cancels upcoming Atlanta History Center talk
Atlanta National College五福彩821ccapp Fair: Atlanta National College五福彩821ccapp Fair March 15 cancelled
Atlanta Science Festival Expo: Atlanta Science Festival cancels expo due to coronavirus pandemic
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Orchestra subs one violin maestro for another
Avalon: Luck of Avalon canceled; more information to come
Kenny Chesney postpones: Mercedes-Benz Stadium show among rescheduled dates
Colony Square: 五福彩821ccapp Spring Juried Art Exhibit Tannery Row Artist Colony cancelled; more information to come
CNN Studio Tours: CNN temporarily suspends studio tours amid coronavirus concerns
Dad’s Garage: Dad’s Garage pushes carnival fundraiser to late summer
Georgia Chamber of Commerce: Georgia Chamber postpones upcoming events
Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech Cognitive Aging conference postponed
Hinman Dental Meeting: Annual dental meeting held in Atlanta canceled
John Lewis celebration: 80th birthday party for congressman is canceled
Savannah St. Patrick’s Day: St. Patrick’s Day festival and parade reportedly postponed
Sewa International festival: Holi festival organizers announce cancellation over coronavirus concerns
The World Natural Hair and Healthy Lifestyle Event: More information to come
Zac Brown Band: Zac Brown Band postpones spring dates on ‘The Owl’ tour
The show goes on: Coronavirus doesn’t halt some big public events
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