‘With the uncertainty surrounding the current situation in Texas, this decision is the only responsible solution.’
A virtual event will be held in its place this year, while next year’s festivities are confirmed for 17-20 June.
The San Francisco festival will be cancelled this year, amid the coronavirus.
The 13th annual Roots Picnic will be online this year, with appearances from the likes of Lil Baby, H.E.R. and Earthgang.
A virtual event during the weekend of 30 July – 2 August will include performances, archival sets, and never-before-seen footage from the 90s.
The Barcelona festival, postponed until 2021, will celebrate its 20th anniversary by streaming past performances from Blur, Jamie XX, Destroyer and more.
Beginning Friday, SiriusXM’s “StagecouchWeekend” will broadcast exclusive at-home performances from country music’s biggest stars.
Featuring over 100 artists, the digital music festival will benefit COVID-19 relief.
The YouTube Originals documentary chronicles the iconic California festival and its legendary performances.
Scheduled for 12-14 June, “Download TV” will offer unseen performances, interviews and interactive content.
The live-streamed benefit, hosted by Willie Nelson, will spotlight the effects of COVID-19 on independent farmers.
Lana Del Rey, Beck and Iggy Pop are among the festival’s headliners this year.
The eclectic festival takes place at Austin’s Zilker Park over two weekends: 4-6 October and 11-13 October.
The best music festivals of 2019 cover everything from rootin’ tootin’ country music to ear-blasting rock and all-nighters in the heart of Europe.
The Chicago festival will return to Grant Park this summer from 1-4 August with tickets on sale now.