Electric Forest is easily our second home on this Earth. Just recently, EF has announced an update regarding their plans for 2021 on whether or not there will be a confirmed event due to the ongoing pandemic.
Just last year, Electric Forest Music Festival had to unfortunately reschedule it’s 2020 event in Rothbury, Michigan due to the COVID-19 virus spread.
We are all excited to be moving in to the new year, and eager to gather together again. With that in mind, Forest HQ is currently considering options for Electric Forest Summer 2021 dates. While we are holding our typical June timeframe, we have to consider health and safety guidelines as well as artist, infrastructure, and vendor availability. These all play a part in confirming a date for Summer 2021. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate the opportunities, and we will communicate again with confirmed information. All questions regarding Loyalty, Lodging Packages, remaining Wristbands, refunds and more will be answered when confirmed dates are announced.– Forest HQ via Official Website
We’re unsure how to feel and it’s hard to imagine the obstacles and predictions the teams behind these massive experiences and events are going through either. With the recent news of the COVID-19 vaccine’s effectiveness and approval by the FDA, we might very well have some events back sooner than later. Ticketmaster is leaning towards rolling out a COVID-19 detection strategy for live events’ attendees that may also help accelerate the return of these large-scale live shows.
Let’s hope for the best that everything recovers quickly and we can be together again soon.
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