Organizers Cancel 4 Peaks Music Festival

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The 2020 4 Peaks Music Festival has been canceled due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak pandemic. Organizers made the decision after local officials canceled mass gatherings through the end of June.

4 Peaks was slated to be held June 18 – 21 at Stevenson Ranch in Bend, Oregon. Grace Potter, JJ Grey & Mofro and Lettuce were among the acts originally scheduled to perform at this year’s festival. Full refunds will be provided to all ticketholders.

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Read a note from 4 Peak organizers below:

To our entire 4 Peaks Family:

The global spread of the Coronavirus has disrupted all of our lives in an extraordinary manner. It is with deep sadness that we are forced to announce the cancellation of the 2020 4 Peaks Music Festival. According to various state and federal officials, it may not be until July or August before the threat of the pandemic diminishes.

These are unprecedented times which require unprecedented actions. 4 Peaks supports the policies and directives of all local, state and federal governments, particularly the decision by the Deschutes County Board of Commissioners to cancel Mass Gatherings through the end of June. We applaud the leadership of the County Commissioners and Sheriff who recognize the health and safety of our Community is an absolute priority.

The impact of cancelling a mass gathering such as the 4 Peaks Music Festival is felt broadly among all employees, volunteers, partners, vendors, production and operations crews, bands and the community as a whole. However, what is most important is everyone’s health, safety and well-being.

4 Peaks will absorb the effects of this cancellation in order to provide full refunds to all 4 Peaks ticket holders.

Thank you for your 13 years of participation and continued support.

With much gratitude and appreciation,

4 Peaks Presents, LLC

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