Bunbury Music Festival Canceled Due To Coronavirus

The Bunbury Music Festival 2020, scheduled to take place from June 5 to 7 in Cincinnati, Ohio, has been canceled due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the organizers of the festival announced on April 6.

“Because of the current government mandates and the ever changing situation in Ohio, we feel that it would not be safe or sensible to host our annual event. The health and safety of our guests, staff, artists, vendors, and partners is our main concern and not something that we take lightly,” said festival organizers Promowest Productions.

“Cancelling is the last thing that we, at PromoWest Productions, ever want to have to do and over the past month we have been closely monitoring the situation and hoping beyond hope that we would be able to proceed. Because of how circumstances have unfolded, our best option is to move forward and begin to plan ahead for 2021,” the statement said further. “For now, let’s continue to practice our social distancing, keep taking care of each other and keep listening to the music that holds us all together. Be safe and healthy and we will see you in 2021!”

Ticket holders will be getting full refunds within 30 to 45 days, they said.

Twenty one pilots, Melanie Martinez, The Avett Brothers, Angels & Airwaves, Oliver Tree, Blackbear, and The Struts, were among the artists scheduled to perform during the festival.

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