ATLANTA — One of Georgia's major spring music festivals has been postponed until October, while another has been canceled. 

Shaky Knees Fest, an annual 3-day event at Atlanta's Central Park, was originally scheduled for May 1-3, 2020. It is now taking place Oct. 16-18.

Organizers say that headliners The Black Keys, The Strokes and The Smashing Pumpkins are scheduled to perform on the rescheduled dates. More information about the full line-up will be announced soon, they said. 

See the full line-up here.

Meanwhile, Shaky Boots, which was making a return in 2020, gearing toward country music lovers, has been canceled. 

As the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads, sports leagues, conferences, events, and musical acts are all reconsidering regular plans.

As these public gatherings get canceled or postponed, we'll be updating you as we learn of them.

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