As festival cancelations continue to pile in, Canada’s beloved Shambhala Music Festival is the latest event to break the news amid the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.
Just days after B.C. Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced that large events will “realistically” not be happening this summer, Shambhala revealed that the 2020 edition wouldn’t be taking place and will be returning to the Salmo River Ranch in July 2021.
“Shambhala is not only a music festival, but it’s also a yearly reunion with our Farmily and a time to return home to ourselves. It’s a place where we can freely express ourselves without reservations, and to lose that this year is devastating, however, your health and safety are what are most important,” said Shambhala Music Festival Founder, Jimmy Bundschuh.
All 2020 tickets and lodging packages will be valid for a future date across the following three years (2021, 2022 or 2023).
Read Shambhala’s official statement below.
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