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- The music festival Edinburgh has been canceled due to COVID-19.
- The Edinburgh Festival Fringe wrote, “Fringe will not go ahead as planned was not taken lightly”
- Edinburgh’s five festivals were set to welcome over 4.4 million people to the Scottish capital.
- McCarthy added that refunds would be available for registration fees, tickets and memberships.
- They added, “Public health must and always will come first.”
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The music festival Edinburgh festival fringe has been canceled due to COVID-19. Edinburgh’s five festivals were set to welcome over 4.4 million people to the Scottish capital.
Fringe Society chief executive Shona McCarthy said: “It’s too early to say what this will look like, but we are confident that as a collective we can find a way to reach through the walls that currently surround us and inspire, cheer and connect.”
McCarthy added that refunds would be available for registration fees, tickets, and memberships.
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Festival Fringe 2020 Has Been Canceled Due To COVID-19
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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world’s largest arts festival, which in 2018 spanned 25 days and featured more than 55,000 performances of 3,548 different shows in 317 venues.
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