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Flogging Molly cancel Salty Dog Cruise

Flogging Molly have announced the cancellation of their Salty Dog Cruise festival due to the coronavirus pandemic. The cruise was set to take place in November. Refunds will be made available for all previously purchased tickets. The band released a statement about the cancellation which reads in part,

“Your safety is always paramount to us. We’re looking forward to the time and place we’re able to gather our friends and perform live on the open seas for you. Be safe.”

Flogging Molly released Life is Good in 2017 and will be playing a handful of European festivals in 2021. Check out their full statement and 2021 dates below.

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Punk in The Park announces rescheduled dates, headliners

Punk in The Park announces rescheduled dates, headliners

Californian music and beer festival Punk in The Park has announced rescheduled dates and will now take place April 24 and April 25, 2021. Any previously purchased tickets will be valid for April 24 and discounted upgrades to weekend passes will be offered. Refunds are also available. The festival announced that Pennywise will be headlining on April 24 and NOFX will be headlining April 25. Additional line-up details have yet to be announced with the festival stating in a post they are “working hard to confirm all artists that were previously scheduled for 2020 along with some awesome additions we think you will all be stoked on.” See the post below.

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Psycho Las Vegas announces rescheduled dates, line-up

Psycho Las Vegas announces rescheduled dates, line-up

Psycho Las Vegas has announced rescheduled dates and their line-up. The festival will now take place August 20-22, 2021 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino with the pre-party Psycho Swim taking place August 19, 2021. All previously purchased passes will be valid for the new dates and refunds will be available from June 22 to July 22, 2020. The majority of bands that were scheduled to play the festival in 2020, including Danzig, T.S.O.L., and Blue Oyster Cult, will also be playing the rescheduled 2021 dates. Check out the full line-up below.

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Riot Fest reschedules Festival with Circle Jerks, MCR, RTJ, Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins

Riot Fest reschedules Festival with Circle Jerks, MCR, RTJ, Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins

Riot Fest has announced rescheduled dates for their Chicago shows as well as the first wave of bands. The festival will now take place September 16, 17, 18, 19, 2021 at Douglas Park in Chicago. All tickets purchased for the 2020 festival will be honoured. My Chemical Romance, Run the Jewels, Smashing Pumpkins, and Circle Jerks are among the first wave of bands. See the full first wave lineup below.

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Punk in Drublic announce rescheduled European dates and lineup

Punk in Drublic announce rescheduled European dates and lineup

Punk in Drublic Festival has announced rescheduled European dates as well as the lineup. The festival will now take place in 2021 with all previously held tickets being honoured. Refunds will be made available for the Hamburg and Munich shows that were not able to be rescheduled. NOFX, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Days N Daze will be playing on all dates with a rotating group of bands. See below for the lineup and the dates.

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Montreal 77 to host virtual concerts

Montreal 77 to host virtual concerts

Montreal based festival 77'Montreal is hosting the first virtual punk concerts in Canada this summer. The festival have lined-up two dates live from L'Anti Bar & Spectacles in Quebec City. On July 25th, skate punk veterans Belvedere will take the stage and on August 8th, Mute will celebrate their 2009 release The Raven by playing it's entirety. See below for the full details.

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Furnace Fest postponed to 2021

Furnace Fest postponed to 2021

Alabama based hardcore festival Furnace Fest have announced they are postponing their 2020 celebration to May 14th to 16th, 2021. The already purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates. They intend on maintaining the lineup as close to what was announce this year, no confirmed bands announced band for the 2021 dates yet. See below to view the full details on this announcement.

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System Of A Down

System of A Down announce rescheduled Los Angeles shows with Korn, Faith No More

System of A Down have announced rescheduled dates for their two-night run in Los Angeles with Korn, Faith No More, Hemet, and Russian Circles. The shows will now take place May 21 and 22, 2021. The shows were originally scheduled for May 22 and 23 of this year and the intention to reschedule was announced last month. Tickets that were bought for the previous shows will be honoured and refunds are available through Live Nation. System of A Down released Hypnotize in 2005. Check out the dates below.

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Full Force music festival announces new dates and first wave of bands

Full Force music festival announces new dates and first wave of bands

German music festival Full Force has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The festival will now take place June 25-27, 2021 at Ferropolis in Germany. Tickets purchased for 2020 will be valid for 2021 and refunds will be available in the form of vouchers. The festival has also announced the first wave of bands who will be playing in 2021. The headliners from 2020 Heaven Shall Burn, Amon Amarth, and The Ghost Inside will be returning in 2021 along with Meshuggah, Boston Manor, Counterparts, and Neck Deep among others. See the full first wave line-up below.

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Sound and Fury Festival has been cancelled

Sound and Fury Festival has been cancelled

Sound and Fury Festival has been cancelled due to COVID-19. All tickets will be refunded automatically within the next 14 days. Sound and Fury was originally scheduled to take place July 11-12 at the Ventura City Fairgrounds. See the statement from the festival below.

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Slam Dunk Festival postponed to 2021

Slam Dunk Festival postponed to 2021

Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, Slam Dunk Festival has been postponed to May 2021. All tickets that were purchased for this year’s festival are valid for 2021 and refunds will be available at point of purchase until the end of September. In regard to the line-up, a statement released by the festival says, “We are currently working on the lineup, and should be able to reveal this quite quickly, as most bands due to play this year are able to come back for you in 2021”. The festival will now take place Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Leeds Temple Newsam and Sunday, May 30, 2021 at Hatfield Park. Check out the full statement below.

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