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The 2020 Firefly Music Festival is now canceling due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

After holding off from canceling for a while, organizers are following suit with countless other events, tours and festivals.

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The event was scheduled to be taking place from June 18 to 21. Headliners included Rage Against The MachineBillie EilishHalseyblink-182Khalid and Maggie Rogers.

Other notable acts on the lineup included CHVRCHESblackbearCage The ElephantWhite ReaperCold War KidsK.Flay and Turnover.

They revealed their lineup back in January and you can see the entire thing below.

Now, they’re making the unfortunate but responsible decision to cancel the event outright.

“At the direction of state and local authorities and federal guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we are saddened to confirm the cancellation of Firefly Music Festival 2020. We take the safety and health of our fans, staff and community seriously and we urge everyone to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by public health officials,” their statement reads.

You can see their full statement about the cancelation below.

All tickets are being refunded in full or ticket holders can exchange their passes for a 2021 festival pass.

Organizers are emailing ticket holders by Friday, March 27. You can learn more here.

Firefly Music Festival joins a number of other festivals which have had to cancel or postpone their event.

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Recently, the series of Danny Wimmer Presents festivals, including EpicenterWelcome To Rockville and Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival announced cancelations as well as adjustments to their fall festivals.

The same day, Slam Dunk ended up revealing they would have to reschedule their event for September.

Similarly, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival rescheduled for the fall as well. That news comes shortly after another June festival, Glastonburycompletely canceled their 50th-anniversary festival for 2020.

You can see a list of events and festivals from the music world and beyond that have been canceled, postponed or rescheduled here.

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