Coronavirus Information Report

During the midst of the widespread Coronavirus virus pandemic, here is a list of closings around the Charlotte area courtesy of WCNC news.

List of closings:

  • Forest Hill Church On-campus services have been suspended and moving to online worship March 14-15 and March 21-22.
  • Johnson C. Smith University’s spring break has been extended one week to March 27. All residence halls will close on March 30 for the remainder of the semester. All undergrad classes will be online.
  • Charlotte Latin School closed Friday, March 13 for students. Teacher workday.
  • Charlotte Country Day closed Friday, March 13. Teacher workday. It also closed March 23.
  • Providence Day School closed Friday, March 13. Teacher workday.
  • Charlotte Christian School closed Friday, March 13. Teacher workday.
  • Elevation Church no in-person services for Saturday, March 14 or Sunday, March 15. Online streaming worship will still be offered.
  • Myers Park United Methodist Church will have no in-person worship effective immediately. The cancellation is expected to last for the next few weeks.
  • The Queens University of Charlotte announces online instruction starting Wednesday, March 18. Residential halls will close by 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 15.
  • White Water Center Green River Revival has been cancelled.
  • Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been postponed by the City of Charlotte to a later date that has not yet been announced.
  • Michael Bublé has postponed all of his shows from March 17-April 5th. This includes his show in Charlotte, NC on March 18.
  • The Mexican National Team’s MEXTOUR match scheduled for March 26th at Bank of America Stadium has been cancelled.
  • Rich and Bennett’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl: Event organizers have postponed this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl for June 27.
  • Whitewater Center’s Green River Revival cancelled Sat., March 14
  • NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament has been cancelled as well as the remaining winter and spring championships.
  • ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament: The remainder of the tournament has been cancelled due to coronavirus.
  • Charlotte Hornets games: The NBA has suspended all games “until further notice” after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Charlotte Checkers and all American Hockey League games cancelled until further notice
  • NCHSAA high school state basketball championship games cancelled
  • Charlotte Independence and United Soccer League games suspended
  • Charlotte 49s and Conference USA suspended, including the scheduled game for March 21
  • Michael Buble concert scheduled for March 18 in Charlotte is postponed
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools field trips: All field trips in and out of Mecklenburg County have been cancelled indefinitely.