While the country and world continues to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, more events happening this summer and early fall will be affected. Here is a list of what we know of events either cancelled due to the Coronavirus. Most if not all of the cancelled events are planning to return sometime in 2021.
2020 NSU Folk Festival (Natchitoches)
Coin, Stamp & Card Expo (Bossier City)
Louisiana SoulFood Fall Festival (Shreveport)
Hope Watermelon Festival (Hope)
Geek’d Con (Shreveport)
Four States Fair & Rodeo (Texarkana) – Fair, rodeo, carnival, demolition derby and exhibits postponed until April 2-11, 2021. Only the livestock show will happen in September.
State Fair of Texas (Dallas)
Oklahoma State Fair (Oklahoma City)
Highland Blues and Jazz Festival (Shreveport)
Red River Revel (Shreveport)
High Lifter Mud Nationals (Blevins, Ark) Postponed until April 7-11, 2021.
Here’s what we do know is scheduled to go on. These events are subject to change as we get further into summer and fall as well as the state of Covid-19 cases.
Ratchet City Music Fest (Shreveport)
Bourbon and Barbeque Festival (Shreveport)
Natchitoches Meat Pie Festival (Natchitoches)
Heritage & Harvest Tour (Dixie, Belcher, Gilliam, Hosston, Mira, & Ida, La)
Bee Gum Festival (Stonewall, La)
Fire Ant Festival (Marshall)
Many more events coming up have yet to announce if they are either opening, postponing or cancelling. Check back here once in a while for the very latest information. If you know of a cancelled or postponed event, let us know using our Contact form.
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