Further to the most recent Government guidelines regarding social distancing and mass gatherings, the general instruction is to stay at home for all but selected, essential reasons, gatherings of more than two people (unless you're from the same household) are also currently banned, again for an initial period of three weeks from 23 March. Therefore events scheduled to take place in that period have no choice but to cancel or postpone. Other events taking place from mid-April onwards may also choose to cancel or reschedule.
Due to the current situation, please check with individual venues and event organisers for updated information.
COVID-19 Government Guidance >
Southampton City Council Venues
Following government advice, and due to the increasing concerns around the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), as of 19 March, the following council venues will be closed to the public and scheduled events postponed until further notice. Southampton City Art Gallery, Tudor House and Garden, SeaCity Museum
Libraries: all libraries will be closed, effective from 19 March 2020, until further notice.
More information and updates can be found at: www.southampton.gov.uk/coronavirus
Important note: In light of the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, The LIST cannot guarantee the accuracy of events currently displayed on the Visit Southampton What's On listing. The LIST is making their best efforts to provide up-to-date cancellation details where possible. You are advised to check with your ticket provider or venue before planning to attend any event. Full event details and refund information should also be found at the point of purchase.
Due to the most recent government guidance.. the What's On listing below will soon temporarily only display listings from the 1 May.
The ABP Southampton Marathon, Chinese New Year Celebrations, Seaside in the Square, pop and rock legends performing at St. Mary’s Stadium (not to mention Premiership football matches), intimate gigs, high profile art exhibitions and festivals galore. It’s all going on.
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