Organizers Cancel Bunbury Music Festival Due To Coronavirus
The 2020 Bunbury Music Festival has been canceled due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak pandemic. Organizers are already beginning to plan their 2021 event.
Bunbury 2020 was originally slated to take place at Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove June 5 – 7. The Avett Brothers, Twenty One Pilots, Marshmello and Cake were among the acts featured on the lineup when announced back in January. Refunds will be issued within the next 30 – 45 days.
Check out a note from organizers below:
It is with great sadness that we must announce the cancellation of Bunbury Music Festival 2020 due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19.
Because of the current government mandates and the ever changing situation in Ohio, we feel that it would not be safe or sensible to host our annual event. The health and safety of our guests, staff, artists, vendors, and partners is our main concern and not something that we take lightly.
Cancelling is the last thing that we, at PromoWest Productions, ever want to have to do and over the past month we have been closely monitoring the situation and hoping beyond hope that we would be able to proceed. Because of how circumstances have unfolded, our best option is to move forward and begin to plan ahead for 2021.
For now, let’s continue to practice our social distancing, keep taking care of each other and keep listening to the music that holds us all together. Be safe and healthy and we will see you in 2021!
Refunds will be issued automatically within the next 30-45 days. We are still working through refund options for ticket holders that purchased tickets at the Bunbury lineup announce party. Additional details to follow.