Taylor Swift’s March Madness Concert Canceled Along With NCAA Tournament

Taylor Swift‘s concert at the NCAA March Madness Music Festival, scheduled to be held in Atlanta on April 5, has been canceled due to rising concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.

According to a statement posted by Capital One on its Twitter page, the company remains “united with the NCAA’s decision to cancel the Final Four and all related events including the March Madness Music Festival.”

“In the interest of our cardholders, artists, staff and fans, the Capital One #JamFest2020 will not take place,” the tweet continued.

The Turner Live Events-produced March Madness Music Festival was scheduled to run between April 3 and 5 at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park during the Men’s Final Four weekend.

On Thursday, NCAA President Mark Emmert and the Board of Governors had announced the cancellations of the Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Other NCAA winter and spring championships have also been canceled.

Halsey and Tayla Parx were the other artists named to perform at the Capital One Jamfest.

(Photo: Valheria Rocha)

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