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Cancelled & Rescheduled


Rescheduling of Events

Many events have been cancelled due to the current coronavirus pandemic. We will update information as it is shared with us.

AACR Annual Meeeting 2020: Originally scheduled for April 24-29 in San Diego, cancelled to be rescheduled in August (details to come). However, AACR will hold a Virtual Annual Meeting Preview during the dates of the original meeting. Beginning on Monday, April 27, the AACR will host a slate of online sessions featuring innovative presentations of proffered papers and invited content. For more information, go to

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival: Rescheduled for September 24-27. For info & updates, click here.

CMA Music Festival: cancelled

Iroquois Memorial Steeplechase: Rescheduled for June 27. For info & updates, click here.

Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr. Legacy Breakfast: Originally set for March 31, cancelled

St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Marathon - Nashville: Postponed from April 25-26, new date to come.


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