Mon. Dec 4th, 2023

The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles announced this week that it has officially been forced by the uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic to cancel the remainder of its 2020 concert 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,” AP Diaz, City of Los Angeles, Recreation and Parks Executive Officer, said via a statement posted to the venue website late Tuesday evening.

Some of the season’s shows has been postponed or rescheduled, and there are several dates that have been canceled as well. Tickets for postponed or rescheduled dates will be valid for the new date. For inquiries about tickets or refunds, contact the point of purchase or go to for more information.

Here is a list of the postponed, rescheduled or canceled events.

Postponed Events

May 1: Netflix is a Joke Fest Presents: STAND OUT

May 28: Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening

June 1: Jhené Aiko

June 3: Jhené Aiko

June 10: LP

July 18: Primus

July 31: David Gray

Aug. 2: Deftones

Aug. 29-30: Lauv

Sept. 5: Goo Goo Dolls

Sept. 8-9: Alicia Keys

Rescheduled Events

May 9: Dead Can Dance (now May 9, 2021)

May 16: Adam Ant (now May 22, 2021)

May 24: Madness (now May 30, 2021)

May 30: Light Up The Blues (now April 10, 2021)

June 12: Barenaked Ladies (now June 11, 2021)

June 21: Brit Floyd 06.21.20 (June 19, 2021)

Aug. 1: Joe Bonamassa (now Aug. 1, 2021)

Sept. 4: Lost 80’s Live (now Sept. 3, 2021)

Oct. 9: The Airborne Toxic Event (now April 2, 2021)

Oct. 17: Maren Morris (now July 24, 2021)

Cancelled Events

May 5: Kesha

May 20: Local Natives & Foals

May 22: Norah Jones

June 19: Awolnation with Andrew McMahon

June 25-27: Above & Beyond

July 17: Melanie Martinez

July 26: Gladys Knight

Aug. 8: Funk N The Greek

Aug. 18: AJR

Aug. 19: NF


By Kelley Wheeler

Kelley Wheeler is a Metro reporter covering political issues and general assignments. A second-generation journalist, worked with all major news outlet, she holds a vast expeirience. Kelley is a graduate of USC with degrees in journalism and English literature. She is a recipient of Yale’s Poynter Fellowship in Journalism.

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