Coronavirus in Moscow: Event Cancellations
Eleven people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Russia today. The vast majority of city events are still going on.
Some festivals, conferences and concerts, scheduled for this spring, will cancelled or suspended. We keep on updating this post!
These Concerts in Moscow have been suspended (future dates are not announced)
Holy Moses (20.03)
Palaye Royale (26.03)
Sofi Tukker (24.04)
Machine Head (22.05)
The Score (17.03)
Beviale Moscow – Trade fair for beverage production – ( March 23 – March 26 suspended to Sept 2 – Sept 4)
Click here for more details on the postponement of Beviale Moscow
- The “Crimean Spring” Festival on Red Square ( March 15 – March 18)
Red Square and the Kremlin are still open for visitors
- Moscow Security Conference
The IX Moscow Conference on International Security, which was scheduled to be held on April 22-23, was postponed until 2021. The conference was expected to host delegations from 115 countries.
- The CSKA basketball team, which has six home games scheduled in the EuroLeague and Russia’s BTV League during the next month, chose to limit its audience to 5,000 spectators using restricted ticket sales.