Coral Murphy, USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET March 13, 2020 CLOSE Coachella and Stagecoach are postponed until October. Meanwhile, the coronavirus threat didn’t stop Billie Eilish’s tour from starting. USA TODAYNatasha Miller expected her San Francisco event planning company to organize more than 600 events this year, basking in the glory of previous corporate parties planned for corporations such as Google and Yelp.As more cases of coronavirus are confirmed globally, Entire Productions feels the crimp caused by the outbreak as her clients are “pulling the plug” on contracts.“They’re not giving us solid postponement dates,” Miller, the company’s president and CEO, told USA TODAY. “My prediction is that my business will make 50% less of what it expected to do, if not less.”From local venues to major music festivals such as Coachella and South by Southwest (SXSW), organizers are canceling or postponing events throughout the country because of the outbreak of COVID-19.More than 15 events have canceled on Entire Productions. According to Miller, the company, which has 10 full-time employees, suffered a loss of more than $15,000 in the past month alone.Miller is braced ifor four to six more weeks of cancellations. She hopes events get back on track over the course of the


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