More NJ events postponed: Adam Sandler, MobMovieCon, AB6IX, ‘Artrageous’ …

NJ Coronavirus March 11


Today’s roundup of coronavirus postponements in New Jersey:

Adam Sandler has postponed his March shows, including his March 14 appearance at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. He posted on Facebook: “We’ve been looking forward to this upcoming tour for a long time but after a lot of thought we have decided to postpone the March dates. Health officials say that large gatherings should be avoided to help stop or prevent the spread of the coronavirus, so we will reschedule the dates once things are back to normal. Stay safe, wash your hands, don’t make out with (Rob) Schneider, and we will get through this like champs. Look forward to having a great night with you soon.” No new dates for the postponed shows have been announced yet.

The MobMovieCon convention — featuring appearances by many actors known for their work in mob movies and TV shows — that was scheduled for April 18-19 at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon.

South Korean pop group AB6IX has postponed its upcoming U.S. tour, which had been scheduled to include a stop at NJPAC in Newark, April 15. The band’s management company released a statement saying, in part, “We made the decision after due consideration with the health and safety of the artists and fans at top priority, and we apologize for any inconveniences caused to those who have been looking forward to the concerts.”

All events at the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center at Rutgers University in New Brunswick will be cancelled through April 15. The galleries will be closed as well.

At The Theatre at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, the “Artrageous” show scheduled for March 20 has been moved to Aug. 7, and the Treehouse Shakers’ “The Boy Who Grew Flowers” children’s show, scheduled for March 12, has been moved to May 11.

A show by singer-songwriters Lucy Kaplansky and Richard Shindell at the South Orange Performing Arts Center, March 14, has been moved to Nov. 8. Tickets will be honored on the new date, and refunds are available at the SOPAC box office.

The Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs has postponed its March 22 reading of Dvorak’s Stabat Mater at the Princeton Unitarian Universalist Congregation to a date in its next season TBA.

Here are links to previous posts about the cancellation or postponements of …

Shows at The Outpost in the Burbs in Montclair by Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche; The Bongos; and Alex Cuba.

Shows at BergenPAC in Englewood (The Robert Cray Band and Sir James Galway) and Rent Party in Maplewood (The Bitter Chills, Wild Carnation and Yung Wu); and Princeton Symphony Orchestra and Montclair Film Events.

The Fest for Beatles Fans in Jersey City.


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