Famous performances Coachella and Stagecoach won’t occur this year because of the continuous Covid pandemic.
Dr. Cameron Kaiser, public health officer for Riverside County, Calif., declared on Twitter on Friday that he’d marked a request canceling the events, which were gotten ready for April.
“Due to the pandemic, Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser today (Jan. 29) signed a public health order canceling Coachella Valley Music and Arts, Stagecoach Country Music festivals planned for April 2021,” his message said. “We look forward to when the events may return.”
New dates for the events have not been reported.
Event organizers Goldenvoice and AEG didn’t promptly react to Fox News’ solicitation for input.
Coachella was set to happen from April 9-18, while Stagecoach would get the next end of the week and occur from April 23-25.
The festivals were likewise dropped a year ago in June. They were likewise set to happen before in 2020 preceding being pushed back to October and eventually dropped inside and out.
An arrangement for 2021 hadn’t been freely reported, yet in 2020, Coachella was set to be featured by Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean, while Stagecoach was to be featured by Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Eric Church.
2020 was the first year since 2000 that Coachella had not occurred. The yearly occasion started in 1999 and didn’t return until 2001.
Coachella and Stagecoach are two of the country’s most well known music occasions, with Coachella procuring 99,000 participants in 2019, per Insider, and an expected 80,000 went to Stagecoach, as indicated by the Desert Sun.
The news comes as the Covid pandemic keeps on seething across the US, with new variations showing up around the country and the globe.
Los Angeles is home to another variation and has as of late outperformed 1 million COVID-19 cases, while strains found in the UK and South Africa have advanced toward the US.