2020 Europe and UK tours and concerts cancelled or postponed due to corona virus

As the new corona virus continues to spread around the world, several countries have already cancelled major cultural events in order to prevent new cases of COVID-19. In this article we have listed all major concerts and tours in Europe and UK which have been cancelled or postponed due to the corona virus.

All cancelled and postponed shows in Europe 2020 due to corona virus | © Ticketmaster

Since the outbreak of the new virus SARS-CoV-2 several countries, mainly in Asia and Europe, have restricted entries for travelers for the next weeks or months. This means, that some of our beloved artists are not able to perform their planned March / April shows in some countries. We have collected the most important ones in Europe and the UK here:

Cancelled or postponed concerts in Europe and the UK 2020:


Sons Of Apollo are discontinuing their current tour through Europe, Russia and the Ukraine. The shows will be postponed for an indefinite time.

Hip-Hop / R&B:

The singer Mabel had to cancel all her shows in Italy for 2020 while Maluma‘s concert in Milan has only been postponed until the  March 31, 2020 for now.

Rock / Pop:

Star guitarist Carlos Santana cancelled all shows in Europe of his Miraculous 2020 World Tour. It will take place in 2021 instead but the exact dates are still not clear. Richard Marx postponed his Europe tour until fall 2020.

Former One Direction star Louis Tomlinson was also forced to cancel his shows in Italy due to the corona outbreak. The rest of his current Europe tour will take place as planned.

The Who postponed their tour through the UK and Irland. New dates are yet to be announced. Queen and Adam Lambert had to postpone their concert in Paris because of the strict safety precautions in France. Pentatonix even cancelled their whole world tour which was about to kick off in Europe this spring.


As there are new announcements every day the list might not be complete. We will of course keep you informed about upcoming changes of your favorite artists' tour and concert dates. Until then, stay safe. 

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