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Roskilde Festival Officially Cancels 2021 Edition

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Danish music festival, Roskilde has officially announced the cancellation of its 2021 festival edition. Check out the full post below.

Tickets for Roskilde 2021 can be transferred over to next year, while refunds are also available.

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The festival shared the news via Social Medias and said that “We have finally received an official statement about this summer’s restrictions. There will be no Roskilde Festival this summer.

They added, “The cancellation is very serious for the festival, for our charity society and our community. And it is serious for the artistic environments and the growth segments of culture. We are devastated by the fact that we can’t get together again and contribute to recreating the communities that the corona crisis has destroyed for so many.

“We can hardly imagine how fantastic it will be to reopen the gates to the festival next summer and meet again after such a sad and long absence. Let us hold on to that – together! If you have a ticket to this year’s festival, you can transfer it to 2022. If you do not want to transfer your ticket, you can get a refund.” They continued.

“It is an invaluable help for us if you choose to keep your ticket by transferring it to 2022. In this way, you help the society behind the festival through a very difficult time. We will get back to you as soon as possible with the exact circumstances of the transfer and refund.”

“They need to be together to share live music and art will never ever lose its meaning. We will work extra hard to make room for art, volunteering, and new cultural experiences in the time to come. Thank you for all your support and affection and take good care of each other.”

Roskilde Festival’s line-up for 2020 included the headliners Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, the Creator, and The Strokes, as well as Thom Yorke, Haim, Faith No More, Deftones, and more.

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Roskilde Festival Officially Cancels 2021 Edition