The rapid spread of coronavirus has sparked cancellations and postponements in the entertainment industry as safety concerns grow. 

On Tuesday, the Rolling Stones announced they were postponing their upcoming "No Filter" tour in North America. The 15-date leg was set to start in San Diego on May 8 and end in Atlanta on July 9. 

“We’re hugely disappointed to have to postpone the tour. We are sorry to all the fans who were looking forward to it as much as we were, but the health and safety of everyone has to take priority. We will all get through this together – and we’ll see you very soon,” the Stones said in a statement. 

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, originally scheduled to run from April 23 to May 3, is canceled until fall due to coronavirus concerns.

Las Vegas was hit with the postponement of both Billboard Music Awards, which would have been held April 29, and ZZ Top's residency at The Venetian, originally set for March 20-28.

Disney is delaying indefinitely Marvel’s “Black Widow” standalone movie with Scarlett Johansson, a studio source not authorized to speak on the record confirmed to USA TODAY on Tuesday. The superhero movie, intended to kick off the summer season, was set to hit theaters May 1.

Lionsgate studios announced the postponement of the Janelle Monáe horror film "Antebellum" (due out April 24), the horror film "Run," set for May 8 and Chris Rock's "Saw" film "Spiral" that was set for May 15.

"These films will remain undated for the time being and we will announce the next steps, dates, and strategies for bringing these films to the public once there is more clarity on when theaters will safely and fully resume operations," a Lionsgate statement from spokesman Steve Elzer said. "When this challenging moment is behind us, we eagerly anticipate audiences experiencing these films."

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Here are musicians, TV shows, movies, award shows and festivals that have canceled or postponed events over safety concerns.

Television

'SNL'

“Saturday Night Live” joined other late-night comedy shows in putting production on hiatus indefinitely. The next original episode, with John Krasinski hosting and Dua Lipa as musical guest, had been scheduled for March 28.

'Fargo' premiere delayed

After temporarily shutting down production of "Fargo," FX is now postponing the scheduled Season 4 premiere date, which was scheduled for April 19. Physical production on eight of 10 episodes has been completed. A new premiere date will be announced when production resumes.

'America's Got Talent' wraps auditions early 

NBC's "America's Got Talent" ended its Season 15 audition rounds – which had been taped without an audience – early. The show, which was expected to premiere after the Summer Olympics, is now on hiatus and will determine whether the coronavirus threat will affect scheduled April production dates. 

NBC Universal, Disney, Warner Bros. and CBS halt productions, including 'Grey's Anatomy'

Production of the current season of ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" was postponed on March 12 for two weeks "out of an abundance of caution," according to a letter to the cast and crew from executive producers Krista Vernoff and Debbie Allen. 

Later, NBC Universal suspended production on about 35 series, from "Chicago Fire" to "Kelly Clarkson," while Warner Bros. said it would halt production on some of its 70 shows, including "Riverdale" and pilots for the upcoming season. Disney also said it would stop production on pilots for at least three weeks. 

Late-night talk shows

Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Meyers are all benched until at least March 30.  

‘Grace and Frankie’

Skydance Television, producer of the Netflix comedy, confirmed to USA TODAY on March 12 that production of the seventh and final season has been placed on hold "to ensure the health and safety of our cast and crew." The series stars Jane Fonda, 82, and Lily Tomlin, 80.

'The Price is Right'

The game show is temporarily on hold, Fremantle announced on March 12. "As live audiences are integral to the format of 'The Price Is Right,' we will be suspending production for the short term," the production company said in a statement provided to USA TODAY by Jordan Perlmutter.

'Survivor'

CBS says it will delay production on the 41st season in Fiji until May 19.

'The Amazing Race'

CBS paused production in February on "The Amazing Race," its reality competition in which pairs sprint around the globe, after shooting three episodes in England and Scotland. 

'The Bachelorette'

The reality dating competition canceled plans to shoot Clare Crawley's international getaway in Italy.

'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier'

USA TODAY confirmed on March 10 that Disney had shut down production in Prague.

Movies

'Black Widow'

Marvel/Disney’s prequel starring Scarlett Johansson, scheduled for release May 1, has been postponed to a future date, a studio source not authorized to speak on the record confirmed to USA TODAY. 

Lionsgate horror films 'Spiral,' 'Antebellum' and 'Run'

Lionsgate studios announced the postponement of the Janelle Monáe horror film "Antebellum" (due out April 24), the horror film "Run," was set for May 8 and Chris Rock's "Saw" film "Spiral," that was set for May 15.

No release date was set for the films.

'The Matrix' production

The reboot starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss has stopped filming. The untitled film had finished filming in San Francisco, and was about to start filming in Germany when the shutdown was called, a person familiar with the situation but not able to speak publicly tells USA TODAY.

'The Batman" production

Director Matt Reeves' film starring Robert Pattinson as the dark hero went dark March 15. " 'The Batman' will hiatus filming for two weeks beginning today The studio will continue to monitor the situation closely," a statement from Warner Bros. representative Paul Maguire said.

‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’

The Charles Dickens adaptation starring Dev Patel is on hold, after being previously announced for May 8.

‘The Woman in the Window’

The mystery starring Amy Adams and based on the A.J. Finn novel was scheduled for May 15; no future date has been announced.

'The Climb'

Sony postponed the indie comedy, which played at last year's Toronto Film Festival and was slated for release March 27 in New York and L.A., "for several months" to an unannounced later date.

'Mulan'

Disney's live-action remake of "Mulan," which was supposed to hit theaters March 27, has been postponed, a studio source not authorized to speak on the record confirmed to USA TODAY. The studio will announce a new date for a 2020 release later.

'Antlers'

Disney horror flick "Antlers," originally dated for April 17, has been pushed back. The studio will announce a new date for 2020. 

Walt Disney Studios' entire live-action film slate

Disney announced a halt to its entire film production slate on March 12.  

In the works for Disney are the live-action "Little Mermaid" musical directed by Rob Marshall, Marvel's "Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings," the Disney+ "Home Alone" reboot, Ben Affleck's knight tale "The Last Duel,"  "Nightmare Alley," "Peter Pan & Wendy" and "Shrunk."

'F9'

The ninth "Fast and Furious" installment release date is moving from May 2020 to April 2021, the franchise announced on Twitter. "While we know there is disappointment in having to wait a little while longer, this movie is made with the safety of everyone as our foremost consideration," read a statement on the official @TheFastSaga account.

'The Lovebirds' 

Paramount Pictures postponed the release of the action comedy starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani from April 3 to a date not yet determined.

'New Mutants'

Disney postponed Marvel's "New Mutants," which was previously set for April 3. The studio will announce a new date for a 2020 release later. 

'No Time To Die'

The release date for Daniel Craig's final James Bond film "No Time to Die" has been postponed until November. 

Universal Pictures' live-action slate

Universal announced on March 13 that its live-action film productions – including the upcoming sequel "Jurassic World: Dominion," the biopic "Flint Strong" with Ice Cube, and an untitled Judd Apatow project starring Billy Eichner – would go on hiatus.

'Mission: Impossible VII'

Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible VII" filming was halted in Venice following the coronavirus outbreak in Italy. Paramount Studio announced in February it would halt the planned three-week Venice shoot, which would have been the start of production.

'A Quiet Place: Part II' 

The sequel to the 2018 horror hit, planned for release March 20, is pushed back, director John Krasinski shared on Twitter. "I'm gonna wait to release the film til we CAN all see it together," Krasinski added. A new date hasn't been announced. 

Comedy

Netflix is a Joke Fest

The Los Angeles festival, which was supposed offer several live shows and events featuring the biggest names in comedy from April 27 to May 3, has been postponed. Netflix has not announced when the festival will take place. "e We will work to reschedule it when we can," Netflix said in a company statement to USA TODAY. "In the meantime, please everyone take care, hold onto your tickets and we look forward to seeing you all soon."

Adam Sandler

Sandler announced on March 11 that he's postponing the March dates for his upcoming Adam Sandler 100% Fresher Tour 2020. Sandler tweeted advice to fans to "stay safe, wash your hands, don’t make out with Schneider, and we will get through this like champs." 

Jerry Seinfeld

On March 12, Seinfeld announced on Instagram that he's pushing back his sold-out stand-up comedy shows in New York to "another time when we can relax and enjoy it a lot more." ⁣A rescheduled date will be announced shortly, he added.

Trevor Noah

The "Daily Show" host announced on March 13 he would be postponing his comedy tour dates for the next month. "All postponed dates will be rescheduled and new show info will be posted to my website as soon as it comes in," Noah wrote in a tweet. 

Music

Elton John

Tour dates scheduled for March 26-May 2 have been postponed, but the May 22-July 8 shows are expected to go on. 

Foo Fighters

The rock band is rescheduling five April shows on its Van Tour: Phoenix; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Oklahoma City; Wichita, Kansas; and Knoxville, Tennessee. Frontman Dave Grohl said in a statement, "We (expletive) love you guys. So let’s do this right and rain check (stuff) ...The SECOND we are given the go ahead, we’ll come tear (expletive) up like we always do. Promise. Now go wash your hands." 

The Jonas Brothers

The brothers tweeted that they've canceled their Las Vegas residency in April. 

Thom Yorke

The Radiohead frontman has postponed the North American leg of his Tomorrow's Modern Boxes solo tour. The tour was scheduled to begin March 28 in Virginia.

Kelly Clarkson

The "American Idol" alum postponed the April 1 opening of her Las Vegas residency until July "out of concern and care for everyone's safety," she tweeted. Details about ticket replacement are soon to come, she added. 

Billie Eilish

The teen has postponed nearly a dozen shows in March on the North American leg of her Where Do We Go? tour. "i’m so sad to do this but we need to postpone these dates to keep everyone safe," the teen tweeted. Delayed stops include Philadelphia, New York and Washington.

Bret Michaels

The rocker backed out of his appearance on Entertainment Cruise Productions’ '80s Cruise because he’s in one of the "high risk categories" for contracting the virus as a Type 1 diabetic dependent on insulin. The cruise departed from Miami on March 8.

Celine Dion

Dion announced on Twitter that the remaining North American dates of her Courage World Tour, March 24- April 27, would be suspended. Ticket holders of the postponed performances were told to keep their original tickets to use at the rescheduled dates later this year.

Dan + Shay

The country music duo announced plans to postpone the spring leg of The (Arena) Tour, pushing back 39 shows. The first new show in Tulsa was originally scheduled for March 20 but will now take place July 30, with shows continuing through October. 

Reba

The country singer has postponed her tour until July. “All tickets will be honored for the new dates. Most importantly, stay safe and take care of you and your loved ones. We’ll get through this together.”

The Format

Indie rock band The Format rescheduled reunion shows in New York, Chicago and Phoenix for March to July. The group led by former Fun. frontman Nate Ruess, joked on Instagram that if "we could wait 12 years, what's another few months?"

The Who

The rock band postponed its U.K. and Ireland tour that was scheduled to run through April 8.

Chris Stapleton

The singer/songwriter announced he was postponing four shows this month, from the March 12 concert in Austin to the March 21 show in Birmingham, Alabama. New dates will come later. 

My Chemical Romance

The rock band, which recently reunited to go on tour after six years apart, postponed show dates in Japan, which will be rescheduled.

Cher

On March 11, the singer announced the cancellation of her Oklahoma City concert on March 12 because she felt it "wasn't safe." 

"I AM SO SORRY, BUT YOUR HEALTH IS PARAMOUNT," she tweeted. "CONCERTS R AMAZING FUN, BUT NOTHING IS WORTH YOUR HEALTH."

Madonna

The pop star canceled her March 10-11 Madame X shows in Paris after France banned events with more than 1,000 people.

Mariah Carey

Carey tweeted that she would push back her March 10 concert in Honolulu to Nov. 28, where she will perform her "special All I Want for Christmas Is You & Hits extravaganza for the first time ever in Hawaii!"

Pearl Jam

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band postponed its North American tour. "As residents of the city of Seattle, we’ve been hit hard and have witnessed firsthand how quickly these disastrous situations can escalate," the rock band tweeted March 9. "It is with deep frustration and regret that we are forced to make this most unfortunate of announcements."

Carlos Santana

The Grammy-winning star announced March 10 that he has canceled the European dates of his Miraculous 2020 World Tour. Refunds will be available through point of purchase. The tour was scheduled to start March 17 in Poland.

Miley Cyrus

The pop star, who was set to headline an Australian bushfire relief concert on March 13, released a statement on March 9 saying she's "no longer traveling to Australia for the show." In lieu of her performance, Cyrus vowed to make a donation to support bushfire victims, a cause close to her heart after she lost her Malibu home during the 2018 California wildfires.

Neil Young

The rocker pressed pause on his Crazy Horse tour, citing his "older audience" as a concern. "The idea of announcing the tour and putting tickets on sale is questionable and needs to be thought through," he wrote March 7 on his website. 

Zac Brown Band

The band announced March 10 it was postponing the spring leg of The Owl Tour "out of caution and due to increasing public health concerns." Tickets for the original dates will be honored at the rescheduled shows, which have yet to be announced.

Ciara

The Grammy-winning singer, who is pregnant, was set to perform in Texas at the grand opening of the new Fort Hood USO on March 19 but announced March 7 that the event is being postponed. The grand opening will now take place in the summer and the concert will be rescheduled for later this year.

Michael Buble

Fourteen of the singer's tour dates, from March 17-April 5, will be postponed. Dates beginning May 2 in Anaheim, Calif., will continue as scheduled. 

“I was looking forward to getting back on the road but the safety of my fans and my touring family of course take priority under the current circumstances,” Buble said in a release.

Slipknot

The band's Knotfest announced March 4 on Twitter that this year's festival in Japan would be postponed. The festival was originally scheduled for March 20-21. Ticket holders can wait for the rescheduled dates, which are yet to be announced, or receive a refund.

Khalid

In February, Khalid postponed his upcoming Free Spirit World Tour shows in several Asian countries. "Our highest priority remains the safety of Khalid’s fans, his team and everyone who has been working on these concerts," promoter AEG Presents Asia wrote in a statement. 

BTS

The Korean pop group was scheduled to kick off its "BTS Map of the Soul Tour" on April 11 in Seoul, South Korea, one of the areas hardest hit by the coronavirus. Now, all April dates in Seoul have been canceled.

Green Day

The rock band announced Feb. 28 on social media that it's nixing tour dates in Asia "due to the health + travel concerns with coronavirus." Green Day was scheduled to perform in Thailand, South Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan starting in March as part of the Hella Mega Tour. 

Avril Lavigne

Lavigne was scheduled to begin the Asian leg of her Head Above Water World Tour in Shenzhen, China, on April 23, but canceled shows in Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Shanghai through May 29. On March 5, Lavigne announced another set of cancellations in Europe. 

Pentatonix

The a cappella pop group announced March 10 on Twitter that it will postpone the European leg of a world tour set for March 16-April 8. Fans should hold onto their tickets until dates are rescheduled.

Events and awards shows

Billboard Music Awards 

The awards, set to take place April 29 in Las Vegas, will be rescheduled to air on NBC at a later date. “We look forward to celebrating the incredible artists who topped those charts over the last year,” Dick Clark Productions said in a statement.

Telemundo and Billboard also postponed the Billboard Latin Music Awards (previously scheduled to air live April 23) and LatinFest+ conference (April 20-23).

Academy of Country Music Awards

The 55th annual Academy of Country Music Awards has been postponed to September, organizers announced. Previously slated for April 5 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the exact date, time and venue are to be determined. 

Tribeca Film Festival

The annual NYC film festival pulled the plug on March 12, saying in a statement that while "it is in our DNA to march forward while caring about our community ... we have made the difficult decision to postpone." The festival was scheduled for April 15-26.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

The Cleveland-based 35th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony has been postponed from May 2 to an unannounced date. Details for the HBO live broadcast of the event will be shared later, a statement from the Rock Hall said. The 2020 inductees are: Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G., Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Nine Inch Nails and T. Rex. 

Meanwhile, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum in Cleveland announced it would close through March 27.

iHeartRadio Music Awards

The iHeartRadio Music Awards, which were scheduled for March 29 in Los Angeles, have been postponed to an as-yet undetermined date. Fan voting in eight categories will continue through March 23, with voting for best fan army going through March 27.

Eurovision

The annual song contest, set to take place this year in the Netherlands, has been canceled. Event organizers will notify ticket holders whether their tickets will be refunded or if they'll stay valid for next year's event "as soon as possible," an announcement on the Eurovision website read. 

Coachella

Goldenvoice, the Los Angeles-based company that produces Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April, postponed the festival "at the direction of the County of Riverside and local health authorities." Coachella is being rescheduled for Oct. 9-11 and 16-18. 

Stagecoach

Stagecoach, Coachella's country music counterpart, is also postponed until the fall. Originally slated to take place late April, Stagecoach will now take place Oct. 23-25. 

Glastonbury Festival

The England-based arts festival, which was scheduled for June 24-28, has been canceled, organizers announced Wednesday. Major headliners were set to include Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, Diana Ross and Kendrick Lamar.

"Clearly this was not a course of action we hoped to take for our 50th anniversary event, but following the new government measures announced this week – and in times of such unprecedented uncertainty – this is now our only viable option," a statement on the festival site read.

iHeartCountry Festival

The annual celebration of country music will be rescheduled, organizers said. It was originally planned for May 2 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Performers were to include Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum. The venue has announced that all upcoming events are on hold.

Ultra electronic dance music festival

The three-day event that draws thousands of people from around the world was set to begin March 20 at Miami’s downtown Bayfront Park, but city officials announced on March 5 that the electronic dance music festival has been postponed. Among the acts scheduled to perform were David Guetta, The Chainsmokers, Afrojack, Martin Garrix and Galantis.

CinemaCon

The annual four-day trade show in Las Vegas, at which studios preview their big films for theater owners, was scheduled for March 30-April 2 in Las Vegas but was canceled on March 11 because "a significant portion of the worldwide motion picture community" can't attend, said Mitch Neuhauser, managing director of the National Association of Theatre Owners, which runs CinemaCon.

James Beard Foundation Awards

Considered the Oscars of the food world, the awards events that are postponed include the James Beard Media Awards (originally scheduled for April 24 in Manhattan), the Leadership Awards (May 3 in Chicago), and the Restaurant & Chef Awards (May 4 in Chicago). The final nominees announcement will be made March 25 from Philadelphia.

Kids Choice Awards

On March 11, Nickelodeon announced that its March 22 awards program has been postponed "in consideration of the safety and well-being of every person involved."

PaleyFest

The Paley Center announced that its annual TV festival in Los Angeles, scheduled for March 13-21, will be postponed "out of an abundance of concern," said spokesperson Teresa Brady. The festival is looking into rescheduling dates, when purchased tickets will be honored. 

GLAAD Awards

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation announced on March 11 the cancellation of the GLAAD Awards on March 19 in New York. "Given our longstanding commitment to the safety of our members, sponsors, and guests, the #GLAADawards will no longer take place," the organization tweeted. 

Night of Too Many Stars benefit

HBO announced on March 11 that the Jon Stewart-hosted live, all-star benefit for autism programs has been postponed for a future date. "Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs" was scheduled to take place on April 18 in New York City.

SXSW

The South by Southwest music, film and technology conference was canceled after the city of Austin declared a local disaster on March 6 to prevent the event from taking place. 

RuPaul's DragCon LA

Organizers for RuPaul's DragCon LA announced March 10 that the drag convention, scheduled for May, has been canceled this year due to coronavirus. The announcement on the event's website said the convention will return in 2021. Organizers added they will be working with Eventbrite over the next seven days to issue refunds.

AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute

The American Film Institute has postponed its 48th annual AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute honoring Julie Andrews. The organization planned to give Andrews, 84, its Life Achievement Award on April 25 in Los Angeles. The event will be rescheduled for early summer.

Something in the Water  

Pharrell Williams' Virginia music festival was pushed back until April 2021 "after much consideration." Tickets will be honored for next year's festival, according to a Twitter announcement. Refunds are also available. 

The 2020 lineup for the Something in the Water included Post Malone, Chance the Rapper, Pharrell and Friends, A$AP Rocky and Tyler, the Creator.

Events in Nashville

In Nashville, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum also closed Saturday through March 31, the museum said on its website. The "Smithsonian of country music” is one of the Nashville's biggest tourist draws, bringing in a record 1.3 million visitors last year.

The Grand Ole Opry and the Ryman Auditorium have also been affected: All live events and tours at the Opry will be paused through April 4, and the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry Show will return to its original format as a live radio broadcast but without a live audience, according to its website. 

At the Ryman, all night-time events are postponed through April 4, but the daytime tours of the building will remain open, according to its website. 

Contributing: Cydney Henderson, Gary Levin, Brian Truitt, Charles Trepany, Rasha Ali, Jennifer McClellan, Gary Dinges, Grace Hauck and Kim Willis, USA TODAY; Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, Arizona Republic; and The Associated Press.