The 2020 edition of The Peach Music Festival, originally set to take place over July 4th weekend, has been rescheduled to next year as the world continues to deal with the ongoing health crisis.
According to a note from organizers, Live Nation, posted to the festival’s social media accounts on Monday morning, “Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to reschedule Peach 2020 & reunite on July 1 – 4, 2021.”
The announcement also notes that the festival was able to retain all of its headlining acts for the rescheduled 2021 date, so Peach patrons will still be able to enjoy performances by Oysterhead, The String Cheese Incident, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at the 2021 edition of the festival. The announcement also notes that fans can expect “a very similar lineup to this year with some tasty additions, special sets & surprises mixed in.”
On the ticketing front, previously purchased passes to The Peach 2020 will be valid for The Peach 2021. Furthermore, Peach ticketholders who hold onto their 2020 tickets for next year will be invited to an additional night of music ahead of next year’s event on Wednesday, June 30th, 2021.
Fans who wish to have their passes refunded can make a refund request before June 10th. Current ticketholders will receive an email from point of purchase within 72 hours outlining both options.
You can read the full statement from The Peach Music Festival about the postponement below:
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