The coronavirus outbreak has caused disruptions to schools, businesses and events across California.

Below is a running list of postponements, closures and cancellations (keep checking back for updates):

Concerts and Tours

  • Cher: postponed, was scheduled for Oct. 14 at the Golden 1 Center
  • JoJo Siwa: postponed, was scheduled for March 22 at the Golden 1 Center
  • V101 Heart of Hip-Hop: postponed, was scheduled for March 28 at the Golden 1 Center
  • Celine Dion: postponed, was scheduled for April 7 at the Golden 1 Center
  • Broadway On Tour’s Bandstand: Cancelled April 7-12 tour run at Memorial Auditorium
  • Michelle Obama: postponed, was scheduled April 1 at the Golden 1 Center
  • Thom Yorke: Postponed, was scheduled for April 16 at Memorial Auditorium

Community Attractions and Events

  • Cal Expo: Boat & RV Show is canceled. All larger events have been postponed through the end of March.
  • California State Parks: All campgrounds in the state park system will be temporarily closed. Trails and beaches remain open.
  • Cache Creek Casino: Closing March 17
  • Catholic Diocese of Sacramento. Parish churches will remain open for prayer. Read more
  • Festa Italiana scheduled for Jun 14 at the Lodi Grape Festival has been canceled due to social distancing restrictions.
  • Galt: all public buildings closed as of March 17.
  • Gilroy Garlic Festival postponed until July 23-25, 2021.
  • Hearst Castle Tours: Suspended indefinitely effective March 16.
  • Harrah’s Northern California: Temporarily closed beginning March 18.
  • Davis:
    • Cherry Blossom Festival postponed. Davis Farmers Market will remain open but samples will not be available from vendors through at least the end of March.
    • Picnic in the Park postponed until May 13.
    • Picnic Day, which was scheduled for April 18, has been canceled.
  • Modesto: Modesto Farmers Market postponed its opening day to April 2
  • Murphys: Irish Days canceled
  • Sacramento:
    • St. Patricks’ Day Parade canceled.
    • Shamrock’n Half Marathon postponed to the fall.
    • Sac-Con postponed to June 7.
    • Sacramento Beer Week has been postponed.
    • Sacramento Zoo will be closed through the end of March
  • Stockton:
    • 19th Annual Latina Business Conference postponed.
    • H2O Hackathon postponed.
  • Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Cup Series at Sonoma Raceway scheduled for June 12-14 has been canceled.
  • Tracy:
    • Queen Nation concert postponed.
    • Taps on Tenth postponed.
    • Donut Dash postponed. For more click here.

Woodland: 4th of July fireworks celebration

Yolo County: All Yolo County Library branches will be closed March 16th – April 5th.

Yosemite: The national park is closed until further notice.

Yuba City: All recreation programs will be suspended effective March 16-April 13.

Click here for a running list of school closures. 

Ski Resorts

  • Bear Valley: closed March 16-19
  • Boreal: closed March 15-22
  • Heavenly: closed for the season
  • Homewood: closed starting March 16
  • Kirkwood: closed for the season
  • Mt. Rose: closed for the season as of March 15
  • Northstar: closed for the season
  • Sierra-at-Tahoe: suspending operations for 72 starting March 15
  • Soda Springs: closed March 15-22
  • Sugar Bowl: suspending operations indefinitely starting March 15
  • Squaw Alpine: suspending operations indefinitely starting March 15
  • Tahoe Donner: closed through March 31

Sporting Events

  • NBA: season suspended as of March 11
  • NCAA Tournament: canceled
  • National Hockey League: season suspended indefinitely as of March 12
  • Major League Baseball: spring training canceled as of March 12 and season delayed by at least 2 weeks
  • Major League Soccer and United Soccer League: operations shut for 30 days
  • CIF State Basketball Championship: canceled
  • All Sacramento State spring sports have been canceled through the end of the academic year.

Theme Parks, Museums, Zoos, Malls

  • Arden Fair Mall is closed until further notice.
  • Disneyland, California Adventure: closing starting March 14 through the end of the month
  • Micke Grove Zoo in Lodi to temporarily close through March 31.
  • Raging waters says their first day, which was supposed to be May 9, will be delayed.
  • Roseville Galleria will close the temporarily close the majority of its operations. Some retailers may still be open so that “essential” retail remains in operation for customers.
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom: closing March 13 through the end of the month
  • Sacramento Zoo closed through the end of March
  • Sacramento Children’s Museum: temporarily closed as of March 16
  • Fairytale Town: closed through March 31
  • Vacaville Premium Outlets & Folsom Premium Outlets are closed as of March 19.

State Parks Closed to Vehicular Traffic

  • Calaveras County: Calaveras Big Trees State Park (SP)
  • El Dorado County
    • Ed Z’berg Sugar Pine Point SP
    • Emerald Bay SPFolsom Lake State Recreation Area (SRA)
    • Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park (SHP)
  • Nevada County
    • Donner Memorial SP
    • Empire Mine SHP
    • South Yuba River
  • Placer County
    • Donner Memorial SP
    • Folsom Lake SRA
    • Kings Beach SRA
  • San Joaquin County: Caswell Memorial SP