Hurricane Dorian has the Florida State Seminoles retreating to Tallahassee.
The Seminoles were set to face Boise State in their season opener at 7 p.m. Saturday in Jacksonville.
On Thursday, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the game was moving to Doak Campbell Stadium. The Governor did not announce a time for the game.
Officials had worried that traffic to and from a game in Jacksonville could slow down evacuees trying to get out of Dorian’s path, the Tallahassee Democrat reported.
The game is only one of several big events threatened by Hurricane Dorian this Labor Day weekend.
Disney’s newest “land,” Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, opened to the public on Thursday in Hollywood Studios. Huge crowds are expected throughout the weekend.
The forecast for Dorian on Thursday morning predicted the storm could still be a hurricane when it reaches Central Florida early next week.
Another Disney event, the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, is also threatened by the storm.
Disney had not made any statements about the storm as of Thursday morning.
The Inside the Magic Disney fans blog says the parks are known for letting guests know what impact severe weather could have on their visits. Disney World temporarily closed for Hurricane Irma in 2017 and for Hurricane Matthew in 2016
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones had been scheduled to appear at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens on Saturday night. That concert was moved to Friday night.
“Due to the weather forecast, the Rolling Stones show scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Hard Rock Stadium has been moved to tomorrow night, Friday, Aug. 30. All tickets will be honored for the new date,” said a statement released by the band’s representatives.
A tour representative said Wednesday that Dorian was being monitored, but no changes had been made to the band’s schedule.
“All moving ahead as planned,” said a spokesperson for tour promoter AEG Presents.
It’s the final performance of the band’s No Filter Tour.