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Greek Theatre Cancels Entire 2020 Season Due to Pandemic

Greek Theatre Cancels Entire 2020 Season Due to Pandemic

The Greek Theatre is trying to stay during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – they canceled their entire 2020 summer schedule.

This is the first time in the theatre’s 90-year history that they have canceled an entire season.

“Although we had hoped to celebrate our 90th anniversary season of providing live entertainment for the citizens of Los Angeles, we feel it is the right, responsible and safe thing for fans, artists, staff and our Griffith Park community to put a pause on live, large crowd events until 2021,” said AP Diaz, executive officer and chief of staff of L.A.’s Department of Recreation and Parks, which owns the celebrated facility via Deadline.

Big names that were scheduled to perform at the Greek Theatre this summer included Alicia Keys, John Legend, and Kesha.

Some events at the Greek Theatre have been outright canceled, while others have been postponed or reschedule.

You can check out the entire list of affected shows inside…


Netflix is a Joke Fest Presents: Stand Out, 5/1
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening, 5/28
Jhené Aiko, 6/1
Jhené Aiko, 6/3
LP, 6/10
Primus, 7/18
David Gray, 7/31
Deftones, 8/2
Lauv, 8/29
Lauv, 8/30
Goo Goo Dolls, 9/5
Alicia Keys, 9/8
Alicia Keys, 9/9


Dead Can Dance, 5/9 is now on 5/9/21
Adam Ant, 5/16 is now on 5/22/21
Madness, 5/24 is now on 5/30/21
Light Up the Blues, 5/30 is now on 4/10/21
Barenaked Ladies, 6/12 is now on 6/11/21
Brit Floyd, 6/21 is now on 6/19/21
Joe Bonamassa, 8/1 is now on 8/1/21
Lost ’80s Live, 9/4 is now on 9/3/21
The Airborne Toxic Event, 10/9 is now on 4/2/21
Maren Morris, 10/17 is now on 7/24/21


Kesha, 5/5
Local Natives & Foals, 5/20
Norah Jones, 5/22
Above & Beyond, 6/25
Above & Beyond, 6/26
Above & Beyond 6 /27
Melanie Martinez, 7/17
Gladys Knight, 7/26
Funk N the Greek, 8/8
Smokey Robinson, 8/16
AJR, 8/18
NF, 8/19

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