Music Fests That Are Currently Postponed/Cancelled By COVID-19

With the coronavirus preventing every major mass gathering across the world, a lot of music events have been canceled for everyone’s safety and security. Although it’s not the best thing that has happened this year, the cancellation is all about bringing everyone to safety, especially that we all must do our part in curbing the spread of COVID-19.

As alternatives, you can also check out future virtual music events that are set to bring live music for everyone in the comforts of their homes. The Internet has become one of the excellent tools to connect everyone. It includes our small community of music fest fanatics who will surely have fun in these future virtual music events.

You can follow your favorite music festivals through their social media pages to get updates on event reschedules, postponements, or cancellations. It’s also best to take note that some of these events don’t offer ticket refunds, so it’s best to check event announcements from time to time or contact their ticket providers on event cancellation inquiries.

These are the events for 2021 that have been canceled:

  • Rock in Rio Lisbon (19-27 June 2021)
  • Rock in Roma (26-27 June 2021)
  • Cactus Festival
  • Rock Werchter
  • Shambhala Festival
  • Lightning in a Bottle
  • Tomorrowland
  • SXSW
  • Chamonix Unlimited
  • Graspop Metal Meeting
  • Ultra Music Festival Miami (26-28 March 2021)
  • Rock AM Ring (11-13 June 2021)
  • Rock IM Park (11-13 June 2021)
  • Paradise City (25-27 June 2021)
  • Summerburst Goteborg (4-5 June 2021)
  • Firenze Rocks 16-18 June 2021)
  • TW Classic
  • Werchter Boutique

If the festival is not listed as canceled, we still highly suggest contacting the event organizer for clarifications. For everyone’s reference, these are some of the music festivals that have posted cancellations on their 2021 events.

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