Canceled / Postponed Events

Canceled / Postponed Events

Written on 03/13/2020

We are dedicated in making sure our community is up to date on cancellations around the city. This is a running list and will continue to be updated by our user submissions and our Live Philly team through the next couple of days.

*Update: March 16, 2020

Dear Live Philly Community, 

The impacts of COVID-19 on our events community has been vast. Our thoughts are with all of you and we hope you’re safe and healthy. This time in our lives is reminding us just how crucial it is to support one another - especially during these challenging times. I'm encouraged to see the ways our community has banded together to not only support each other but create innovative ways to keep moving forward. 

Here are a few interesting ways people are coming together (virtually):

  • Purchasing gift certificates to local restaurants, record stores, and brick & mortar retailers
  • Donating to artists, performers, and venues to show continued support 
  • Contributing financially to food banks and sharing the Philadelphia Schools that are offering free meals for children who have lost access to daily meals during school closures 
  • Hosting virtual happy hours and mixing parties with friends and family to bolster human connection
  • Buying tickets to future community events to show support for the greater community
  • Providing online attendance options for classes, concerts, church services and more to connect communities to meaningful experiences 
  • Offering grocery store runs or meal delivery to the elderly and immunocompromised

Live Philly is committed to helping our community stay updated on advisements and helpful tools as we navigate through this [hopefully short] season. If you are an event organizer, artist, musician, etc. in need of inspiration on how to move into a virtual space, check out this article: How to Host an Online Event or Webinar That Live Event Attendees Will Love

If you'd like to utilize the Live Philly mobile app to assist in streaming your music or services, please reach out to us at and we will see how we can help.

Stay safe, stay healthy and stay encouraged.


All the best,
Kyle T. Harris
Co-founder and Community Manager

 Suspended until date specified by City of Philadelphia: Frankline Music Hall Events.

Closed through March 30: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Suspended through April: Brunchlesque: 80's @ Punch Line Philly

March 13: Billie Eilish: Where Do We Go World Tour (with Jessie Reyez) @ Wells Fargo Center - Canceled

March 13: Anatomy / Lunacy / Arch of Love @ Warehouse on Watts - Postponed

March 13: Dr. Fameus & Patrick Richards @ Warehouse on Watts - Canceled

March 13: Trampa @ The Ave - Postponed

March 14: Ms. Lauryn Hill @ The Tower Theater - Canceled

March 14: Trap Karaoke - Postponed

March 14: The Widdler @ Warehouse on Watts - Rescheduled to 9/5/2020

March 14: KOL TZEDEK PURIM PARTY @ Underground Arts - Canceled

March 14: Sad & Boujee @ Chameleon Club - Postponed

March 15: Over Easy Brunch  @ The Common - Postponed

March 15: St. Patrick's Day Parade - Canceled

March 15: Granger Smith @ Chameleon Club - Postponed

March 18: Drake Night @ The Fillmore - Postponed

March 19: Gallant - Sweet Insomnia Tour @ TLA - Canceled

March 20: ZZ Ward @ TLA - Postponed

March 20: Orchard Lounge @ Warehouse on Watts - Postponed

March 21: Friends & Fam Party @ Warehouse on Watts - Canceled

March 22: COIN: The Dreamland Tour @ TLA - Postponed

March 22: Matt Olenik @ Punchline - Postponed

March 25: Meg Donnelly @ Foundry - Canceled

March 31: Dope Shows Presents Moneybagg Yo @ The Fillmore- Postponed

April 3: AVI KAPLAN @ Underground Arts - Canceled

April 3: Hot Chelle Rae @ TLA - Postponed 

April 10:  Luckas Nelson @ Chameleon Club - Postponed

April 12th: Annual Easter Promenade @ South Street - Canceled

May 2: South Street Spring Festival - Canceled


Do you know of an event cancellation? Let us know about it at


How to Stay Healthy & Help Your Community

#WashYourDamnHands - With SOAP AND WATER... (can't believe we have to say that). Pick a song -- and it doesn't have to be Happy Birthday. Whatever the song is, make sure it's 20 secs of fun. If you're not into singing then follow this guide (thanks @yours_heidi)


If you're feeling sick... stay home! If possible, isolate yourself in a room away from roommates or family.

Learn more by following the CDC guidelines to staying healthy.