This year’s edition of Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee has been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Originally rescheduled to September 24—27, 2020, the fest is now expected to return June 17—20, 2021. Ticketholders for 2020 will be able to roll their ticket over to next year, or request a refund.

The 2020 edition of Bonnaroo had already been rescheduled once amid the coronavirus outbreak. Back in March, festival organizers announced that the event would move from June 11–14 to September 24–27 at its usual location of Great Stage Park. The Bonnaroo 2020 lineup was announced in January. Artists on the bill included Tame Impala, TOOL, Lizzo, Vampire Weekend, Lana Del Rey, the 1975, Run the Jewels, and Brittany Howard.

Countless festivals, tours, performances, and cultural events have been affected by the global spread of COVID-19, including SXSW, Coachella, and Ultra Music Festival. Follow along with Pitchfork’s “Updated List of Tours and Festivals Canceled or Postponed Due to COVID-19.”

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