Sourcing from their database of artists, venues, events, and festivals, Vibrate has already announced 236 cancelled and 250 postponed festivals.
Wondering whether your favorite festivals are still pushing through amidst the coronavirus pandemic?
With the current situation across the world, numerous performing artists, event organizers, and teams involved in planning our favorite music events have been going through a difficult time. Add in attendees who have booked flights and hotels and purchased festival tickets now wondering how to get refunded.
If you’re in any of that category or you just want to stay informed which events have been cancelled or postponed, Slovenia-based company Vibrate has put together a list of what’s going on in the music festival industry through www.sickfestivals.com.
This website is updated daily, monitoring around 5,000 festivals around the world. Sourcing from their database of artists, venues, events, and festivals, Vibrate has already announced 236 cancelled and 250 postponed festivals.
DJ UMEK was the founder of Sick Festivals, sharing, “Just two weeks ago, I played on the Resistance stage at Ultra in Melbourne and Sydney, nothing seemed out of the ordinary. When I landed back home and turned my phone back on, most of my upcoming gigs had already disappeared from my calendar. That was when I realized how serious this outbreak had become in a matter of days. It feels eerily dystopian. Now it’s up to us to do whatever we can to manage the damage. At Viberate, we quickly put together a service that we hope will help people see what’s going on with the festival they had been planning to visit, and shed a light onto the industry professionals’ income loss, which is no laughing matter.”
Check out https://sickfestivals.com/ now and let us know how you feel about your favorite festivals cancelled or postponed.