Bonnaroo Festival
[Photo by: Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival]

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, another festival is being postponed until 2021. Bonnaroo has officially canceled its 2020 festival in light of current events.

Now, the Tennessee-based festival has announced its new dates for 2021.

Read more: See Bring Me The Horizon enter a horrifying new world in “Parasite Eve”

This year’s Bonnaroo featured a stacked lineup of artists. The 1975, Lizzo, Wallows, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey are just a few of the artists set to perform.

Bonnaroo 2020 was originally scheduled to happen on June 11-14 before being pushed back to September 24-27.

Now, Bonnaroo 2020 is not happening after all. Coachella, Reading and Leeds, Glastonbury, SXSW and Lollapalooza are a few other festivals that have also been postponed in light of the pandemic.

In a statement released on June 24, Bonnaroo announced it will not be taking place this year as originally planned. Now, Bonnaroo 2021 is happening on June 17-20. The 2021 festival also marks Bonnaroo’s 20-year anniversary.

Ticketholders for this year’s event can roll their tickets over to next year, but refunds are also available.

Read more: Here’s when you’ll likely be seeing Ghostface return for ‘Scream 5’

Along with the news of its postponement, Bonnaroo is hosting a virtual festival that is taking place on September 24-27. Those who choose to roll over their 2020 tickets to 2021 can access the event for free.

According to the website, the virtual event will include “some of our favorite moments from past and present, along with some special surprises.” No official lineup or appearances for the virtual festival has been shared at this time.

Were you looking forward to Bonnaroo 2020? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

See more: 10 pop-punk shows we wish we could have gone to