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List: Downtown Phoenix events canceled or postponed due to COVID-19

by Taylor Bishop
Arts & Culture Bars & Nightlife Community Music & Events Taylor Bishop March 19, 2020

Many of Downtown Phoenix’s events, venues, and businesses are taking precautions in this unprecedented time.

For the most up-to-date information on any specific event, please contact the venue. You can find venue information in our printed DTPHX Map & Directory publication or on our website at


Arizona Federal TheatreCanceled: Prince Royce, John Christ, Dancing With The Stars, and Premier Boxing Champions. Postponed: LFA 84, Iliza Shlesinger, Neha Kakkar with Indian Idol, Thom Yorke, In this Moment & Black Veil Brides.

Phoenix Theatre – Canceled: All remaining performances of Sondheim on Sondheim. Postponed: Something Rotten – Postponed to May 13, The Rocky Horror Show – Postponed to May 13, Hair – Postponed to July 8

The Nash – Closed through March 28.

Phoenix Symphony Upcoming shows canceled through April 4.

Talking Stick Resort Arena – All remaining Phoenix Suns games this season have been postponed. The Foo Fighters’ stop in Downtown Phoenix has been postponed to Dec. 5.

Herberger Theater CenterCanceled: La Cage aux Folles, Bits ‘N Pieces, My Son The Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy, Performance Discoveries, Circus Circus – First Friday LIVE, Suzette Who Set to Sea, American Voices, Performance Discoveries, Themes & Variations – We’ll Take Manhattan, Kentucky Derby – First Friday LIVE, and Have Passport – Will Travel Art Exhibit Opening Reception. Postponed: I’ll Eat You Last, A Chat with Sue Mengers.

Orpheum Theatre – All events through May 10 postponed.

Crescent BallroomShows canceled indefinitely. Cocina 10 at Crescent Ballroom will be offering take-out orders.

Valley Bar – Concerts, dance parties, and special events canceled for the foreseeable future. The Rose Room bar is closed as well.

The Van Buren – Shows through the beginning of May are being canceled or postponed. Check here for updates.

Art events/museums

Phoenix Police Museum – Closed through March 30.

Children’s Museum of Phoenix – Closed through March 31.

Arizona Science Center – Closed through April 6.

Phoenix Art Museum – Closed through April 6.

Heard Museum – Closed through April 6.

Art Detour – The Creative City Symposium, Modern Phoenix Expo and Home Tour, Grand Avenue trolley, and studio tours have been canceled. The Art d’Core Gala is canceled, but the exhibit will still be open to the public. Viewing hours for the Art d’Core exhibitions available here.

Markets and festivals

Made with Love Phoenix Market – Postponed. 

Fried: A French Fry & Music Festival – Postponed.

DTPHX Wellness Market – Postponed.

Other community events

Brunch Bash – Postponed.

Downtown Pedal Around – March 22 ride to From the Rooftop canceled.

Human Services Campus Walk to End Homelessness – Canceled. You can still participate in the virtual walk on April 4. Register and make a donation, if you can, here.

Bike to Work Day – Canceled.

Tour de Ren – Postponed.

ECO PHX Sustainability Expo – Canceled.


Phoenix Convention Center – All conventions through mid-May have been canceled or postponed. Check the Convention Center events calendar for details.

We will be updating this list frequently. Please contact Taylor at with any additions or updates.