- Publish Date
- Monday, 16 March 2020, 1:34PM
As directed by the Prime Minister, all events with over 500 people in attendance should be cancelled until further notice.
From rugby games to Warbirds over Wanaka; a slew of public events nationwide have been cancelled amidst the coronavirus outbreak.
Below is a list of concerts and events that have either been cancelled or postponed. We will update these as we receive new information:
- New Zealand Festival of the Arts: The Slapstick, Strasbourg 1518 and Dimanche.
- Auckland Arts Festival: Circolombia – Acéléré, Wolfgang's Magical Musical Circus, Watt by Samuel Beckett and Soweto Gospel Choir.
- Warbirds over Wanaka.
- Cricket: Black Caps Vs Australia T20 Home Series.
- America's Cup World Series.
- The East Pointers Tour - March 23rd-April 3rd.
- All remaining Auckland Council Movies and Music In Parks events.
- Auckland International Cultural Festival.
- Polyfest - March 18th-21st.
- Weetbix TRY-athlons cancelled nationwide.
- Central Districts Field Days - March 19th-21st.
- Patti Smith & Her Band - April 25-28th.
- So Pop 2020 - May 2-3rd.
- Wet Wet Wet - May 16th.
- Level 42 - May 20th.
- Deftones - March 15th.
- Blindspott - March 20th-April 11th.
- Homegrown Festival - March 21st.
- Violent Femmes - March 24th-25th.
- My Chemical Romance & Jimmy Eat World - March 25th.
- Beach Hop - March 25th-29th.
- Introducing Nashville - March 28th.
- Alanis Morrisette - April 21.
- Lenny Kravitz - 31 March.
- New Zealand Symphony Orchestra has suspended all concerts until May.
- Badminton: YONEX Waikato International 2020 suspended.
- Super Rugby is suspended for the foreseeable future.
- NRL: Vodafone Warriors will not play any games in NZ at this stage.
- Fieldays 2020.
- Mary Poppins - The Musical Auckland.
- Th' Dudes Reunion Tour.
What do I do if I won tickets from Mix?
If the concert is postponed and not cancelled we will sort all winners out with new tickets to the revised show date.
Can I get a refund if I purchased a ticket for a show that is now cancelled?
The likely answer to this scenario will be yes – it’s best to check with the ticket agent that you purchased your tickets from.
With the show being postponed, I am now hesitant that I won’t be able to make the revised date. What do I do?
Wait for an official announcement of the confirmed new date. If you have purchased tickets and can no longer attend the new date, contact the ticket agent directly for instructions.
I purchased flights and/or accommodation for this show that is now postponed/cancelled. What options do I have?
It is best to contact the airline and accommodation provider directly to see what they can do.
I have tickets to a concert or event which I’m not sure is still going ahead. What do I do?
Stay up to date here with all of the announcements for postponed and cancelled gigs as they happen.