Those due to play Concourse at The Warehouse Project included Patrick Topping, for an all night long set on March 20, Joseph Capriati, Mason Collective and Charlotte De Witte. There were also showcases from Wah, I Feel... and AVA x Zutekh lined up.
The Manchester venue posted a statement on its Instagram page, writing the decision had been made in line with the UK government's recommendations.
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The safety of our customers, employees and artists is and has always been paramount to us. With this in mind and in line with the latest government directives around the containment of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we strongly believe postponing the remaining Concourse shows is the is the responsible thing to do. Whilst we know this is disappointing, we are currently working with all our artists and their representatives to confirm new dates and will be back in contact with each of you shortly as soon as these are re-scheduled. For those who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates, refunds will be made available. For all further information on next steps, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org where we have a team of people ready to respond all your queries directly. We look forward to re-opening our doors in the near future, where we will all dance again under one roof. Please see above for the full statement.
UK prime minister Boris Johnson said on Monday (March 16) that people should "avoid pubs, clubs and other venues."
Printworks London has also announced its temporary closure and postponement of all remaining shows due to coronavirus.
For more information on events and venues impacted by coronavirus, read our live blog here.
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