The music festival, BUKU Music + Art festival has again postponed their dates to 2022 due to coronavirus. Check out the post below.
BUKU Music festival announced the news via Instagram with the caption, “2021 STATUS UPDATES, see y’all in October 2021 + March 2022.” However, BUKU is planning a brand new occasion known as Planet B for October, what they name a “one-time-only, alternative take” on their flagship occasion.
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BUKU said, “We muss you like hell, 2020 has been a wild ride and we hope y’all are hanging in there. So here’s the deal… things are still too crazy with COVID to continue planning for a March BUKU. Cases are up, restrictions on large gatherings are still tight, and, even though there is some promising vaccine news for later in 2021, widespread availability by March seems unlikely.”
They added, “Our two main priorities – fans safety and fan enjoyment – are guiding us, and we just can’t picture 25k of us partying together safety in March in the free-roaming BUKU atmosphere that y’all love, Ain’t nothing socially distant about BUKU. So, in the spirit of transparency and certainty, we’re making the tough call now-”
He continued, “March 2021 is out and the big BUKU will return March 2022 for the blowout 10-year anniversary. Oct 22-21 2021 will bring you BUKU” Planet B – an immersive, one-time-only, alternative take on BUKU. Stay tuned for more info in the New Year and throughout the spring… we’re so excited to step out of our comfort zone and get creative with you.”
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BUKU Music Festival Postponed To 2022