The music festival Longitude 2020 has been canceled due to COVID-19. The festival was about to take place on July 4-6 in Dublin’s Marlay Park.
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- The music festival Longitude 2020 has been canceled due to COVID-19.
- The festival was hit the weekend on July 4-6 in Dublin’s Marlay Park.
- The main headlined was about to perform their Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator, and A$AP Rocky.
- “Longitude 2020 will no longer be taking place this summer,” the festival wrote in a statement.
- They added, “Please Stay Safe Everyone, We are all in Together.”
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The main headlined was about to perform their Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator, and A$AP Rocky. Meanwhile, the starter headliners at Longitude 2020 were set to be J Hus, AJ Tracey, Young Thug, Charli XCX, Rex Orange County, Clairo, Girl In Red, and many more.
The festival wrote in a statement, “Following the government’s advice to ban all licensed events over 5,000 capacity until August 31, 2020, it is with a heavy heart that we must confirm that Longitude 2020 will no longer be taking place this summer.”
They added, “While we are obviously devastated that Longitude won’t be going ahead, the health and safety of our fans and staff is paramount and we fully respect the government’s decision. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the frontline workers currently giving their all to keep us safe.”
Longitude Festival 2020 Cancels Due To COVID-19
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Longitude Festival is a music festival that takes place during July every year in Dublin, Ireland. Since 2013, Marlay Park has been home to the festival. It is organized by MCD Productions and the Festival Republic.
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