On Aug. 3, Four Chord Music Festival announced that its upcoming 2020 event has been postponed until 2021. Despite this setback due to coronavirus, however, blink-182 and the Used are still headlining the 2021 festival.

Along with the headliners, all of the acts scheduled to perform at this year's Four Chord Music Festival are returning for 2021. As well, Mayday Parade have been added to the festival lineup.

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The ongoing pandemic has caused the postponement of most 2020 festivals. Reading and Leeds, Glastonbury, SXSW, Coachella and Download are just a few of the festivals to postpone its events until 2021.

Now, the Pittsburgh area-based Four Chord Music Festival is also postponing its 2020 event. Four Chord was set to return for its seventh year this summer on July 11. However, the ongoing pandemic and spikes in COVID-19 cases have caused the entire event to move to 2021.

Four Chord Festival first announced this year's postponement in May.

Now, the festival has confirmed that its full lineup is returning for the now postponed 2021 event. Four Chord Music Festival is taking place on July 17, 2021 at Wild Things Park. blink-182 and the Used are still headlining the event. State Champs, Four Year Strong, Mayday Parade and the Ataris are also performing at next year's festival.

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Ticketing information for the 2021 Four Chord Music Festival is available here. Tickets are on sale now and start at $55.

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