Vh1 supersonic 2021 canceled due to COVID-19 scar

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The popular music festival Vh1 Supersonic has been canceled due to an epidemic next year, it was announced on Monday. The organizers plan to bring back the music festival in 2022. “Instead of offering a slim version of the festival we like, which would put fans at risk, we feel we have no other option but to cancel the 2021 edition. Stephen King’s anthology series canceled by Hulu after Castle Rock to Seasons

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It has become necessary to postpone next year’s festival. “As we were preparing to unite our superfam for the eighth edition of an electrifying Vh1 supersonic, we have to stop and take stock of where the world stands in relation to Kovid 19. Many countries go into another lockdown International air travel Chinpa explained, “There is still no news that a viable vaccine will be available to the public.”

“Our decision to cancel the festival in 2021 and push it to 2022 has come due to the global uncertainty of the ongoing epidemic. Our primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of our festival goers and keeping this in mind, we have canceled Mahesh Shetty of Viacom18 said, “In the meantime, we are leaving all of you with the promise that we will become bigger and better in 2022.”

The seventh edition was held in February this year before the spread of the virus crisis. The line-up includes names such as Prateik Kuhar, American DJ-record producer Diplo, American rapper Machine Gun Kelly, American musician Ilenium and popular rock band Chon. The news of canceling the next edition came after Sunburn Goa 2020 closed last week.

(The above story first appeared on November 09, 2020 06:39 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).

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