Paso Robles' annual Summer Concerts in the Park series has been delayed until further notice.
City officials say they are doing what they can to plan for the concerts while following state coronavirus guidelines.
"We'll be back when it is safe for large groups to gather, and physical distancing guidelines have been lifted," said Lynda Plescia, Recreation Services Manager for the City of Paso Robles.
The free concert series usually attracts about 2,500 people to the Downtown City Park, according to city officials.
It was originally scheduled to begin June 4 and continue on Thursday evenings through August 13.
In May, the city announced it was pushing back the schedule of concerts to August and September. Now, it has been delayed indefinitely.