While most music festivals have already been forced to announce a cancel or a reschedule for this year’s season, Peach Music Festival was one that fans would hoped would be spared. Sadly in a new post today it’s clear that’s just not going to be the case, as the festival has announced they’re pushing everything to Fourth of July weekend in 2021.
The big headline is that all of the headlining acts they had confirmed for this year — Oysterhead, String Cheese Incident, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead — have all confirmed they’ll be back next year. And if you already have tickets, you can hold onto those passes for next year. And anyone needing a refund will get one, too.
Read the full post below.
— The Peach Music Festival (@PeachMusicFest) May 11, 2020