UPDATED: Here is the latest roundup of concerts and events rescheduled or postponed by the COVID-19 shelter-in-place practices.
The Eagles have rescheduled tour dates on their blockbuster Hotel California Tour. The multiplatinum-selling classic rock act’s two-night stand at Chase Center, which was originally set for April 11-12, has now been moved to Oct. 2-3, ticketmaster.com. Read our full story here.
Rising hip-hop star NF performs a rescheduled date at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Aug. 22, ticketmaster.com. The show was originally set for May 16.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard performs a rescheduled show at the Greek Theater in Berkeley on Oct. 3, ticketmaster.com. The show was originally scheduled for April 18.
Louis the Child performs a rescheduled show on Oct. 9 at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, ticketmaster.com. Show was originally scheduled for April 10.
King Krule performs a rescheduled show on Sept. 18 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, ticketmaster.com. The show was originally scheduled for April 8.
Bruno Major performs a rescheduled show on Sept. 25 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, ticketmaster.com. The show was originally scheduled for April 8 at the Fillmore in San Francisco.
Adam Ant performs a rescheduled show on Oct. 1 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, ticketmaster.com. The show was originally scheduled for May 14.
Little Big Town performs two rescheduled shows, Jan. 15-16, at the Fox Theater in Oakland, ticketmaster.com. The shows were originally scheduled for April 17-18.
Heather McMahan: The Farewell Tour is now set for Aug. 13-14 at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco, ticketmaster.com. The shows were originally scheduled for May 7-8.
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— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) March 26, 2020
Previously announced dates:
Jazz sextet Seascape Sounds, led by saxophonist Ken Fukui and featuring the vocal stylings of Le Perez, will headline at San Jose’s Tabard Theatre, May 30, rescheduling its delayed performance.
“A Night of Swing Music and Dance” will also include free swing dance lessons before the band takes the stage. The lessons start at 7:30 p.m., and you can try out your new moves when the band starts performing at 8 p.m.
Marc Anthony has rescheduled his date at the SAP Center in San Jose, which was originally set for March 20, to Oct. 9. All tickets purchased for the postponed show will be honored on the new date. Read full story here.
Hammer Theatre Center announced its revised schedules for the spring National Geographic Live speaker series, which brings leading scientists, explorers, authors, photographers and filmmakers to the stage, and its National Theatre Live HD screenings.
National Geographic Live: Egyptologist Kara Cooney is now scheduled to appear on May 20 and 21, and award-winning photographer David Guttenfelder is set for July 1.
National Theatre Live HD screenings include a selection of theatrical performances filmed live with a studio audience at London’s West End, featuring performances by such stars as James McAvoy, Andrew Scott, Lindsay Duncan, and others. Here are new dates for screenings at Hammer Theatre.
“Cyrano de Bergerac,” 7 p.m. May 28; 2 p.m. May 31
“Hansard,” 7 p.m. June 4
“Present Laughter,” 2 p.m. June 14
For more information and tickets, go to www.hammertheatre.com or call 408-924-8501.
Bay Area Dance Week, an annual event featuring scores of free dance lessons, performances and dance-alongs, has been canceled, but check the event’s website, bayareadance.org, for updates and information on rescheduled individual events.
sjDANCEco’s annual Spring Dance Festival, part of Bay Area Dance Week, will be rescheduled although a new date is not set yet, organizers say; www.sjDANCEco.org.
Magic Theatre’s 2020 Gala Magic Masquerade: Spring Forward, originally set for March 19, has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. May 13 at Gallery 308, Fort Mason Center, Landmark Building A, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco.
Patrons with tickets for the original performance should contact Magic Theatre’s box office at 415-441-8822 or email@example.com.
The California Roots Music & Arts Festival, the three-day reggae/roots/hip-hop event originally set for Memorial Day weekend (May 22-24), has been now been rescheduled for October 9-11 at the Monterey County Fair and Event Center, californiarootsfestival.com. The Cali Roots lineup includes Rebelution, Atmosphere, Stick Figure, Sean Paul, Damian Jr. Gong Marley, Ice Cube, Jimmy Cliff, Common Kings, Tribal Seeds, J Boog, Chronixx, Pepper, Trevor Hall and more. Read our full story here.
The 2020 BottleRock Napa Valley festival, originally scheduled for May 22-24, has been rescheduled for Oct. 2-4 at the Napa Valley Expo in Napa, www.bottlerocknapavalley.com. (Read our full story here.)
Multiplatinum-selling Christian music star Lauren Daigle has rescheduled her two Northern California shows, originally set for April. Daigle now performs Oct. 13 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento ($25-$122, subject to change) and Oct. 19 at Oakland Arena ($31-$122, subject to change), www.laurendaigle.com/tour. (Read our full story here.)
R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe has rescheduled its March 21 show at the Chase Center in San Francisco to Oct. 10 ($85-$298). Ginuwine and 702 will join already announced guests Anthony Hamilton, Brian McKnight, Jagged Edge and Silk. The concert will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the group’s multi-platinum No.1 debut album, “Poison,” which sold 4 million copies and featured four classic hits.
Roots rocker Nathaniel Rateliff, who had been scheduled for April 4-5 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, is now set for Dec. 1-2. Tickets ($59.50 for reserved seating) are now on sale.
L’Impératrice, a French pop and disco band, has rescheduled its April 16 Matahari World Tour 2021 at the Fox Theater in Oakland for March 17, 2021. Tickets ($27.50) are on sale now.
Comedian and ‘SNL’ alum David Spade has rescheduled his April 25 show at the Palace of Fine Arts for Aug. 23, ($25-$75).
Eclectic jam band Umphrey’s McGee has rescheduled its postponed March 14 concert at Fox Theater in Oakland. The new date is Sept. 12. Tickets ($32.50-$35) are on sale now.
Bay Area rockers Third Eye Blind has rescheduled March 13 Screamer Tour performance at the Fox Theater to July 26. Tickets ($49.50) are on sale.
Rock supergroup Oysterhead has rescheduled its April 17 concert at the Greek Theater in Berkeley for exactly one year later — April 17, 2021. Tickets ($79.95 for general admission) are on sale now.
Dutch DJ San Holo, touring with Manila Killa, Slow Magic and Rome In Silver, has rescheduled from March 21 to Nov. 21 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Tickets ($35-$45) are on sale now.
DJ duo Slander’s sold-out show slated for April 2-3 is now set for Oct. 30 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Melanie Martinez‘s K-12 Tour not only has a new date, it has a new venue. The concert by the singer-songwriter set for March 19 at the Fox Theater in Oakland is now set for July 19 at the Greek Theater, Berkeley. Tickets ($49.50 for general admission) are on sale now.
NGHTMRE, along with ATLiens, Crankdat, WAVEDASH and black a.m., has rescheduled its March 13 Portal Tour concert at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to June 6 ($45).
Flora Cash, the Swedish-American indie pop duo, has rescheduled from March 25 date to July 13 at The Independent San Francisco ($15).
Phutureprimative, touring with Soohan and Naughty Princess, has rescheduled its March 13 show at The Independent San Francisco to July 18. ($18 advance/$25 door).
Indie rock duo Wye Oak, has rescheduled from March 23 to July 22 at The Independent in San Francisco ($23 advance/$25 door).
Rock band Larkin Poe has rescheduled from March 27 to Sept. 8 at The Independent in San Francisco ($25 advance/$30 door).
Estonian rapper, singer, and conceptual artist Tommy Cash has rescheduled his March 22 concert at The Independent in San Francisco to Oct. 5 ($15 advance/$18 door).
The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell have scheduled a April 6-7 shows at The Independent in San Francisco for Oct 21-22 ($45 advance/$50 door).
The San Jose Civic has announced some rescheduled concerts: The Monkees have been rescheduled for July 15; Japanese virtual singer Hatsune Miku performances, originally set for April 13-14, have been rescheduled for Oct. 4, with performances at 2 and 8 p.m.