Reasons Why Festivals Should Go Ahead
If the Colorado flood threatens the state’s summer music festivals, will they still go ahead? We discussed the fate of the One in the Woods, Tramlines, and Latitude festivals. We also looked at the impact of COVID-19 on the Park City Song Summit. Here are three reasons why festivals should go ahead. Read on to find out why Colorado’s summer music festivals should continue as scheduled. But why would they cancel?
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In July, the UK will welcome its biggest music festival in years, the Latitude festival, which is part of the government’s experimental events research program. The 40,000-capacity event will be held in Suffolk’s Henham Park, three days after social contact limits have been lifted. The festival will be headlined by Wolf Alice and Bastille. Further details will be released soon. The government has also pledged to help the festival by providing government scientists with funding and cancellation insurance.
After receiving a Bronze Award for Access from Attitude is Everything, the Tramlines festival is now confirmed. In addition to headlining headliners such as Blossoms, the festival will feature comedy stages, pop-up cinemas, and kids’ activities. There will also be a circus school and woodland workshops. And, as with all Tramlines festivals, tickets cost PS30 for the whole weekend. Despite several recent setbacks, the festival is set to go ahead and attract thousands of music lovers to its grounds.
One In The Woods festival
The organizers of the One in the Woods festival in Lincolnshire are very excited to announce new acts for the 2018 edition. As well as their lineup, this year’s event will feature music from bands like Pendulum and Holly Humberstone. Earlier this year, the festival launched a podcast series called Tape Notes, which features interviews with musicians, producers, and artists. Listen to the series here.
Park City Song Summit postponed due to COVID-19
After learning of the health risk of COVID-19, the organizers of the Park City Song Summit have canceled the event until at least the beginning of May. The events at the Snow Park Lodge will be moved to an outdoor lab village, with tents erected outside. The number of ticket holders at Deer Valley has been capped at 2,500 per day. The resort is preparing for the effects of COVID-19 by establishing free mask and hand sanitization stations. Visitors who experience any COVID-19 symptoms will be asked to leave the venue immediately.
Fruit Bats’ 2021 comeback canceled due to COVID-19
After canceled shows in Arizona and California in October, the band has cleared out its calendar for 2021. The band, led by Eric D. Johnson, is now scheduled to return to the stage on March 2, 2022. In Cancun, they’ll join My Morning Jacket for One Big Holiday. If you’re hoping to catch Fruit Bats live in 2021, check out their website for updated tour dates.