More Events and Festivals Canceled Due To Coronavirus

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After a large series of events that have been either canceled or postponed, many more have been added to the list. These events include Bassnectar‘s Deja Voom Music Festival, Get Lucky Festival, Lightning in a Bottle, Avant Gardner events, and Exchange LA shows. Due to the coronavirus outbreak that is currently sweeping the country, event organizers are taking precautions for the safety of their fans.

Deja Voom

Popular DJ and producer Bassnectar has announced that Deja Voom Music Festival will be canceled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. According to the talented artist:

“With regards to the news that Deja Voom has been canceled due to the global pandemic COVID-19, our team is obviously disappointed – as artists and dreamers we have been working tirelessly this past year to bring you an absolutely magical experience…” He continues, ” But as human beings living through this global emergency; fun, parties, and concerts are the last things on our minds right now. We are viscerally concerned about the health, safety and well-being of our friends and family, as well as our communities and our society at large.

Later in the statement, Bassnectar urges fans to be patient, generous, calm, and more while loving and treating everyone with respect. Afterward, he offers advice that can not only help to keep people healthy but their community as well. In addition, he gives ways for people to help “Save the Grammas.”

With regards to the news that Deja Voom has been cancelled due to the global pandemic COVID-19, our team is obviously…

Posted by Bassnectar on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Get Lucky Festival

Get Lucky and the V2 presents team have shared that their festival will no longer be taking place this year. According to a statement made on social media, they have canceled the event due to concerns about the health, safety, and well-being of their patrons. Lastly, they urge everyone in their community to follow guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control & Prevention.

The Get Lucky and V2 Presents team is devastated to share this news. This decision is the right one for the health and…

Posted by Get Lucky on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Lightning in a Bottle

Unfortunately, California music festival Lightning in a Bottle will not take place this year due to the Coronavirus. They’ve shared out an official announcement about its cancellation. This event was expected to take place this May during Memorial Day Weekend. However, due to the uncertain future in regards to the virus, the festival has taken early precautions. According to their statement, “The health and safety of our attendees, our amazing staff, crew, vendors, artists, and supporters is priority number one. In light of all this, it has become clear that putting on the festival in May is not currently possible.”

Truthfully, the future of Lightning in a Bottle is now uncertain. As the announcement states, “Beyond losing the Memorial Day date for LIB 2020, we are unfortunately not able to provide further details on LIB’S future status at this time. The situation remains fluid and we are working through various scenarios to determine our options.”

Certainly, this cancellation may be affecting the event drastically. Hopefully, we will hear some good news about the future of the music festival soon.

More Events and Festivals Canceled Due To Coronavirus

Avant Gardner Events

Avant Gardner, a popular music venue located in Brooklyn, has announced that many of their events have been postponed. These events include:

  • 3/13 Soul Clap (All Night Long)
  • 3/13 Sam Feldt Live
  • 3/13 Subtronics Cyclops Invasion Tour
  • 3/14 Jauz’s Dangerous Waters Tour
  • 3/27 Andy C
  • 3/28 Carl Cox
  • 3/29 Carl Cox

Exchange LA

Popular nightclub Exchange LA has announced that all events this weekend will be postponed. These shows include 12th Planet and Vintage Culture. They will announce the new dates once they are available. Ticketholders will be able to attend the new show dates; however, refunds will also be available. The famous venue will keep fans updated as to whether other future events will take place.

Thank you for your patience. See you on the dancefloor soon 🖤 #TeamEXLA

Posted by Exchange LA on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Stay tuned for more updates on any other event cancelations.

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