List of Kansas City events canceled due to coronavirus

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas issued a proclamation declaring a state of emergency in Kansas City this morning. Under the authority of this proclamation, all city events with more than one thousand attendees are canceled or delayed until the emergency has been lifted. This state of emergency has been issued for an initial period of twenty-one days.

A case of COVID-19 in a Johnson County woman was confirmed on Saturday. According to the Kansas City Star, three new cases of the virus were confirmed in Johnson County this morning. Health officials say that these cases are all men who recently traveled to Florida for a conference.

Kansas: 4
Missouri: 1

Canceled, Postponed or Modified Events in Kansas City

Miller Light Fan Fest at Power & Light Canceled

Kansas City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Canceled

40th Annual Brookside St. Patrick’s Warm-Up Parade Canceled

Snake Saturday Parade Canceled

KU Cancels Classes Next Week

K-State Cancels Classes Next Week

Kansas City University Suspends Classes Indefinitely

MU Suspends Classes

Zac Brown Band Show at Sprint Center Canceled

Special Olympics Missouri Cancels State Indoor Games

MLS Suspends Season

Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas Modifies Communion Rituals

Overland Park and Lenexa Assisted-Living Facility Restricts Visitation

Greater KC Home & Lifestyle Show Suspended

Emporia State University Cancels Classes Next Week

KC Big Brother Casting Call Canceled

NBA Suspends Season

Ryan Hurd Postpones Kansas City Show

Big 12 Tournament Canceled

All KU Athletics Events Canceled

MLB Has Haulted Spring Training. Opening Day Postponed For at Least Two Weeks.

Disney on Ice at the Sprint Center

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