Coronavirus-Related Oklahoma Cancellations, Postponements & Suspensions
The 2020 coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has prompted numerous closures, cancellations, suspensions, and postponements across Oklahoma. If you're looking for school closings, click here. However, we are using this page to add as much information about coronavirus-related closures, cancellations, suspensions, and postponements here.
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The 2020 Certified Piedmontese IRONMAN competition will not be taking place in Tulsa as planned. Officials say they won't go through with the original date scheduled, May 31, and are working on finding other options.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office/Oklahoma County jail lobby will be closed to the general public.
Oklahoma Christian University will transition all classes online for the remainder of the spring semester.
Mercy is postponing non-urgent imaging services in compliance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and American College of Radiology effective Monday, March 23.
The Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) Northeast Regional and Southern Oaks clinics will close until further notice.
Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee announced that all courses will be taught fully online for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.
Cultivar Mexican Kitchen will be closed for business effective Friday, March 20 until further notice.
Gaming operations at Grand Casino Resort & Hotel and FireLake Casino have been temporarily suspended effective at 11:59 p.m. Thursday through April 1.
All Lucky Star Casino locations will close at 11:59 p.m. Thursday and will tentatively reopen on April 2.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial remembrance ceremony scheduled for April 19 has been canceled. An alternate plan is in the works.
All Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. starting March 19 until further notice.
Woodland Hills Mall in Tulsa will be closed effective 7 p.m. Wednesday. They are scheduled to reopen on March 29.
Penn Square Mall will temporarily close effective 7 p.m. Wednesday. They are scheduled to reopen on March 29.
Northpark Mall will temporarily close effective at 5 p.m. Wednesday until further notice.
OKC Outlets in Oklahoma City will operate on temporary hours of 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, effective Wednesday, March 18.
Quail Springs Mall has adjusted hours to 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tulsa Parks and Recreation have closed all community and specialty centers. They have also cancelled all public programming and rentals until further notice. Outdoor parks and green spaces are still open during park hours.
Tulsa Municipal Courts will close for 30 days beginning March 18.
Oklahoma City nonprofit The CARE Center announced Tuesday that it will be closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Remington Park will close its casino operations and its on-track betting room until further notice. Live racing will continue but without on-site spectators.
The Archbishop of Oklahoma City has suspended public Mass in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City through Easter Sunday, April 12.
The Arts Council OKC has canceled the 2020 Festival of the Arts in downtown Oklahoma City.
Cinemark is closing all theater locations in the United States temporarily.
10GYM locations will be closed starting at 4 p.m. March 17. Their website said they anticipate reopening March 31.
Macy's announced they will close all stores nationwide in response to the coronavirus at the end of Tuesday. The closures will go through March 31, 2020. This will include all Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bluemercury, Macy’s Backstage, Bloomingdales the Outlet and Market by Macy’s stores.
All YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City locations will close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 17.
Harkins Theatres closed through March 31.
All AMC Theater Locations will be closed Thursday, March 17 for six to 12 weeks.
Muscogee (Creek) Nation announced they will be closing their casinos until March 31, which includes River Spirit Casino Resort.
The Annual Pancake Breakfast at First Baptist Church of Chickasha on March 28 has been canceled.
Life Time Clubs will close by 8 p.m. Monday March 16. A reopening date has not yet been set.
The Cleveland County Family YMCA has closed facilities, programs and events to the public, effective March 17 through at least March 30.
All Gold's Gym locations will be closed from 8 p.m. Monday March 16 through the end of March 31.
Oklahoma City Riversport has closed programs and facilities through April 18.
The Iron Thistle Celtic Festival scheduled for April 24-26 at the Mobile Spencer Farm in Yukon has been canceled.
Wagoner County Courthouse will be closed until March 30, officials said.
The Cherokee Nation has suspended all operations for their casinos and hotels, which includes Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa.
Tulsa Mayfest has been canceled.
Tulsa Public Schools announced all schools in its district will be closed through April 3.
Tulsa Transit has decided to close the inside waiting areas of their Denver Avenue Station and Memorial Midtown Station starting March 16. Riders will be able to use outside bays at either station, and officials said that services should be unaffected.
The Oklahoma Orchid Society Show & Sale scheduled for May 2 and 3 at the Will Rogers Garden Center in Oklahoma City has been canceled.
All Chickasaw Nation owned casinos will be closed 11:59 p.m. Monday through March 31 due to the coronavirus, Gov. Bill Anoatubby announced.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum announce temporary closure. It will be closed March 17 and tentatively scheduled to reopen April 1.
WinStar World Casino & Resort to temporarily close due to coronavirus. They will close 11:59 p.m. Monday and remain closed until March 31.
Tulsa's Gathering Place has announced it is closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. Officials said the park is now closed but exterior pathways and trails will remain open during regular Park hours.
The Ladies Music Club of Oklahoma City has canceled their winners’ recital scheduled for Wednesday, March 18 at 10:30 AM at Mayflower Congregational Church.
Officials have announced that the Unity in the Community event to be hosted at Harvest Church Broken Arrow is canceled. There are plans to reschedule it for the summer.
The Redbud Classic canceled all its activities and events for 2020 due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.
ACT testing scheduled for April 4 will be rescheduled due to coronavirus concerns. All students registered for the April 4 test will receive an email and instructions for free rescheduling to the June 13 date or a future national test date.
The Foo Fighters have postponed its concert from April 16 to Dec. 1 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
The Oklahoma Aquarium is now closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.
Tulsa Music Awards has announced the postponement of the 3rd Annual Oil Fire Tulsa Music Awards. It is now scheduled for June 13, 2020.
The BOK Center announce that Alan Jackson's concert scheduled for March 26th has been postponed. Officials said the show will now take place on June 25th.
The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission will be closed March 16-March 17.
Rogers State University in Claremore is extending spring break to include March 23-March 27.
The Tulsa Zoo will be closed effective Monday, March 16 due to coronavirus concerns.
First United Methodist Church Tulsa confirmed that one of its members contracted COVID-19. The church will be closed this week.
Smoke & Guns 7 scheduled for Saturday, April 11 at Tulsa's BOK Center has been postponed to Saturday, June 20 at BOK Center.
City of Cushing officials have decided to close the Cushing Public Library, the Cushing Youth and Community Center, and the Cushing Senior Citizens Center. The closure will last until April 1, 2020. The Cushing Municipal Court is also postponed until April 7, 2020.
All libraries in the Metropolitan Library System will close Sunday, March 15 through Sunday, March 29.
The McKnight Center in Stillwater postpones all events through April 5.
The ECHL announced in a statement Saturday evening that its Board of Governors decided to cancel the remainder of the 2019-20 regular season.
Leonardo's Children's Museum in Enid is temporarily closing beginning Sunday, March 15.
The Tulsa Home & Garden Show will not open Sunday, March 15.
Due to public health concerns, the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum will be closed temporarily beginning Sunday, March 15, 2020. The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is postponed until October 4, 2020.
The Tulsa Historical Society and Museum has made the decision to close to the public on March 14 through at least March 28, 2020. All public programs are canceled, including presentations at the Museum and any programs off-site.
The Norman Swap Meet event has been canceled. Originally scheduled for March 19-21.
Tulsa Chorale to postpone March 20-21 concert and panel events. No new date announced - Questions here
Monster Jam at the BOK Center has been postponed from its March 28-29 date. No new date announced yet.
Crossings Community Church in Edmond and OKC will hold all services online March 15
All weekend services at Church on the Move have been canceled.
Life.Church Services nationwide will be moved to Church Online for March 14-16.
Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College is postponing the Signature Classics concert, Beethoven 5, which was scheduled Saturday, March 14, 2020. For questions, call the PACE ticket office at 918-595-7777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Lutheran in Tulsa will not hold services March 15.
The SAT exam scheduled for Saturday, March 14 at the University of Oklahoma has been canceled. A date to reschedule the exam has not yet been set.
The Oklahoma City Zoo will temporarily close on Saturday. The zoo plans to tentatively reopen on Monday, March 23.
Toby Mac's March 21 show at the BOK Center has been postponed. It will be rescheduled for a later date.
The OU College Of Medicine 'Match Day,' set for March 20, has been canceled.
Tulsa's Woody Guthrie Center has closed as of March 13 until further notice.
Tulsa County Presiding District Judge William LaFortune announced all jury trials previously set for the dates of March 30 and April 13 are now canceled.
The Tulsa County Library will be closed beginning March 13 for at least two weeks, library officials said in a release.
The Wanenmacher's Tulsa arms show on April 4-5 has been canceled.
MercyMe has postponed its March 21 concert in Oklahoma City. They have rescheduled for Saturday, October 3.
Frontier City is temporarily closing the park until the end of March due to COVID-19. The park said it will reevaluate the situation at the end of March to determine when they will reopen.
Carrie Underwood's March 14 concert at the Choctaw Casino in Durant has been postponed, rescheduled for Sept. 11.
The 21c Hotel is closed temporarily. A hotel spokesperson says they anticipate reopening next week.
Railroad Earth has canceled the remaining dates on their winter tour, including the band's appearance at Cain's Ballroom on March 26.
Baby Shark LIVE! at Chesapeake Energy Arena has been postponed. It was originally set to happen April 17. It will be rescheduled.
Sam Noble Museum is closing between March 14 and April 5. All programs and events during this time have been canceled or postponed. Program registrants will get an email with more information.
Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real have postponed their April 29 appearance at Cain's Ballroom.
The Tulsa Honor Academy (THA) has postponed THA Fiesta, originally scheduled for March 13 from 2-4 p.m.
Tulsa's Boston Avenue United Methodist Church is closing at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 13th due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. Officials said the Boston Avenue UMC facilities will close through April 14th.
The USL (home to Energy FC and Tulsa FC) has suspended its 2020 season for a minimum of 30 days
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has canceled its March Chamber Forum.
The Stockyards City St. Patrick's Parade scheduled for Saturday, March 14, has been canceled.
The Harlem Globetrotters have suspended planned games on their domestic U.S. tour, including appearances in both Oklahoma City (March 14) and Tulsa (March 15).
The University of Central Oklahoma has extended Spring Break by one week, and they have canceled or postponed campus events through April 30.
Oklahoma Christian announced late Thursday that it would transition all in-person classes to online starting with March 22 sessions, and continuing through at least April 3. In an email sent to News 9, university officials said that graduate classes would meet next week as scheduled. The current plan is to transition back to in-person classes on April 5.
The Norman Music Festival has been postponed until August 27-29, organizers tweeted late Thursday afternoon.
River Spirit Casino announced all their March shows: Trevor Noah, Willie Nelson and Candlebox have been postponed. Tickets will be valid for future dates or refunds will be available.
The Oklahoma City Dodgers' season will be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Major League Baseball has already suspended Spring Training and delayed the start of its season. Minor League Baseball will work with MLB to determine a state date in the future.
The Women's College World Series (WCWS), held in Oklahoma City each year, has been canceled for 2020 as the NCAA canceled all spring sports. This includes the College World Series, held in Omaha each year.
Gathering Place in Tulsa is remaining open, but they have canceled all indoor events and activities through Spring Break.
Rep. Kendra Horn's Saturday appearance in Shawnee for a Tribal Community Town Hall has been canceled.
The Cher concert that had been postponed in Oklahoma City for Thursday night has been rescheduled for Sept. 18.
The ECHL (home to the Tulsa Oilers) has suspended its season until further notice.
The Oklahoma Premier Clubs (OPC) have suspended league play through April 6. All league games will be postponed. The plan is for those games to be played at a later date. League officials will reevaluate toward the end of the month.
The Tulsa National Weather Service office has canceled storm-spotter training Thursday night in Muskogee. It had been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the Muskogee Civic Center.
The YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City sports department has postponed youth and adult games and practices until March 23. According to an email from sports director Norris Williams, "this postponement will impact one weekend of games and those games will be rescheduled for later in the season, allowing for a full-game schedule."
The Oklahoma Soccer Association (OSA) has suspended games played in state-run leagues (e.g., traveling rec, OPL) until March 23. All games between March 13-22 have been postponed.
The Glitch Mob has postponed its tour, including an April 29 concert at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City.
Chickasaw Nation events scheduled March 14-22 have been canceled. This includes The Three Sisters Celebration, National Learn About Butterflies Day and Genealogy Day.
From the Oklahoma City Recruiting Battalion: The OKC Women's Panel scheduled for Southern Nazarene University on Friday, March 13, has been postponed to a later date.
Oklahoma State's Men's Tennis matches against Tulsa and Abilene Christian have been canceled. They were set for March 13 and 15.
Oklahoma State's 'Cowgirl Invitational' softball tournament, set to start March 12, has been Canceled. There will be no games at Cowgirl Stadium from March 12-15.
The Oklahoma State equestrian meet versus Fresno State, set for March 14, has been canceled as has the Big 12 Equestrian Championship.
The City of Jenks has suspended all public gatherings in City Hall until at least April 6. This includes all Community Room reservations and activities, court cases and any other form of public gathering. Jenks' Fire Station 2 has suspended all public gatherings at their station, too, until April 6.
The Medieval Fair of Norman, set for April 3-5, has been canceled.
KISS' show at the BOK Center in Tulsa has been postponed and rescheduled for October 4.
The Dan + Shay show, set for March 20, has been postponed and rescheduled for July 30.
The OK Contemporary Arts Center has postponed all events tied to its opening week, including Opening Celebration, Grand Opening and regular opening hours.
The Michael Buble show at Chesapeake Energy Arena, scheduled for April 3, has been postponed. There is no reschedule date available yet.
The OSSAA has postponed all state basketball tournaments. "We will update the OSSAA website as to when the tournaments will be rescheduled," the association tweets Thursday morning. During a presser Thursday, the OSSAA said all events for the weekend of March 14-15 would be postponed.
The Big 12 men's and women's basketball tournaments have been canceled, as have the conference's equestrian and gymnastics championships.
Other sports: NBA (season suspended); NHL (season suspended); MLS (season suspended); MLB (Spring Training suspended, season opening delayed); NASCAR (Atlanta, Miami races will be held without spectators)
Oklahoma City Public Schools are closed Friday, March 13, ahead of Spring Break. The plan currently is to return to class March 23. District events for Thursday night, March 12, are also canceled.
Mid-Del Public Schools have canceled classes for Friday, March 13, to clean schools amid coronavirus concerns.
Edmond Public Schools decided Thursday to "suspend all out-of-state school-related sponsored trips" through April 5.