Dark Star Jubilee Festival won’t return as planned in 2021, but event organizers/host band Dark Star Orchestra have pivoted to adapt with the socially-distant concert format for what could be an equally fun weekend of live music this spring.

Announced on Wednesday, the 2021 Dark Star Jubilee Festival planned to take place at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH over May 28th-30th, will now take place as “Dark Star Jubilation” in the modified form of socially-distanced pod shows at Legend Valley scheduled for May 28th-29th. Each night will feature a full two-set performance from DSO, with each designated concert pod capable of allowing up to five patrons.

Thursday’s announcement did not mention any other participating artists for the socially distant event.

A limited number of socially-distanced campsites will also be made available for fans who still want that outdoor festival experience at the Dark Star Jubilation while supplies last. Fans who purchased tickets to the 2021 Dark Star Jubilee will be automatically refunded within 7-10 days.

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Tickets for the Dark Star Jubilation run between $40-$85 per person, per night, and go on sale this Friday (February 19th) at 10 a.m. ET here.

This marks the second year in a row that DSO has been forced to cancel their annual Dark Star Jubilee festival. The Grateful Dead tribute band had been in the middle of a North American spring tour when the live events industry came to a halt in mid-March 2020. The band went on take part in Live Nation’s Live-In / Drive-In concert series with a two-night Labor Day Weekend run of shows in the parking lot of Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park in early September.