On May 8, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced there would be no large gatherings in public spaces in the city this summer through Labor Day due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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International Sand Sculpting Festival - The 2020 event, scheduled for July 17 at Revere Beach, has been canceled.
Beacon Hill Art Walk - Originally planned for June 7, the art walk has been postponed to Oct. 4.
Cambridge Arts River Festival - Originally scheduled for June 6, the festival has been canceled.
BSO’s 2020 Tanglewood - Live performance and education programs have been canceled, but the virtual audio and video streams will be hosted in July and August.
Rockport Music - Summer concerts and events have been canceled through August, including the Rockport Jazz Festival and Rockport Celtic Festival.
Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular - The live concert has been canceled; a broadcast of retrospective and new content will air on July 4 at 8 p.m.
Newport Folk Festival - The 2020 festival has been canceled, according to an announcement released April 29.
Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Fest - According to a post on its website, the 2020 festival has been postponed to June 2021.
Somerville PorchFest - The May 9 festival has moved from the porch to the couch, with performances streamed virtually.
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company - The company’s production of “The Tempest” on the Boston Common has been postponed to July 2021.
Provincetown Theater - The 2020 season has been rescheduled for 2021.
ArtsEmerson - The Summer Special engagement Step Afrika!’s “Drumfolk,” scheduled to stage July 22 to Aug. 1, has been canceled.
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater - The theater has canceled its 2020 season.
Shakespeare & Company - According to a statement, the summer season has been canceled.
Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival - In a statement shared March 31, organizers announced the cancelation of the summer festival that was scheduled to take place June 24-Aug. 30.
Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl - The all-you-can-eat ice cream festival has been postponed from June to September.
Black Picnic Day - Salem United announced the annual Negro Election Day festival and parade scheduled to take place July 18 has been canceled.
Boston Pride - The 2020 Boston Pride Parade and Festival scheduled for June have been canceled. The 50th-anniversary celebration has been postponed to 2021.
Festival Betances - Scheduled to take place in July, the festival is impacted by Boston Mayor Walsh’s announcement.
North End Italian feasts and processions - All festival activities are canceled.
Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts - The annual cultural festival and parade event scheduled to take place July 24-26 has been canceled.
SoWa Open Market - The market is postponed through May.
Somerville Flea - “We’ll let you know,” states a graphic on its website.
This article was originally published on May 08, 2020.