See the List of Chicago Events Canceled Due to Coronavirus

Countless events large and small have been canceled in Chicago due to the coronavirus pandemic, with experts warning that large crowds could prove dangerous in spreading the deadly virus.

Here's a list of festivals, concerts, parades and more that have been postponed, rescheduled or nixed entirely across the city

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Taste of Chicago - canceled

Lollapalooza - canceled

The Chicago Air and Water Show at North Avenue Beach - canceled

Chicago Jazz Festival in Millennium Park - canceled

Chicago SummerDance - canceled

The majority of programming at the Chicago Riverwalk, the Chicago Cultural Center and Millennium Park - canceled

Maxwell Street Market through Labor Day - canceled

The Jumping Jack Program - canceled

Pitchfork Music Festival - canceled

Chicago Pride Parade - postponed

Chicago Pride Fest - rescheduled, potentially for Labor Day Weekend

Navy Pier fireworks and large-scale events - canceled through phase one of the attraction's reopening plan

Grant Park Music Festival - canceled

Taste of Randolph - canceled

Logan Square Arts Festival - canceled

Kuma's Fest - canceled

Chosen Few Picnic & House Music Festival - canceled

Square Roots Festival - postponed to Aug. 28-30

Old Town Art Fair - canceled

West Fest Chicago - canceled

Silver Room Sound System Block Party - canceled

Chicago Brewing District's Dancing in the Streets - canceled

Windy City Smokeout - canceled

Broadway in Chicago's "Dear Evan Hansen" - canceled

Broadway in Chicago's "Six" - rescheduled for Nov. 24 through March 21, 2021

Broadway in Chicago's "The Choir of Man" - canceled

Broadway in Chicago's "The Office! A Musical Parody" - canceled

Broadway in Chicago's "The Crown" - canceled

Broadway in Chicago's "Some Like It Hot" - canceled

Riot Fest - canceled

Lyric Opera of Chicago - all performances through 2020 canceled

Wicker Park Fest - postponed

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