Miami Beach Pop Festival Postponed
Miami Beach Pop Festival has officially been postponed. This first-year music fest boasted a seriously strong lineup for its inaugural year, but it looks like something got in the way of it happening, at least for now. The festival was set to feature huge name acts like Chance The Rapper, Jack Johnson, Nile Rodgers and Chic, The Raconteurs, The Roots and Maggie Rogers. It was going to take place on November 8-10 on the shores of Miami Beach’s South Beach, but now it seems that the festival will have to change its dates.
Check out what the festival organizers said:
Miami Beach Pop Festival has announced the postponement of the 2019 event, originally scheduled for November 8-10. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the continuation of the original plan is no longer viable. The producers of Miami Beach Pop Festival will be working with all involved parties to secure a new date in the future. The lineup will change, as some performers may be unable to accommodate a rescheduled date.
Ticket holders who purchased through the official Miami Beach Pop Festival website can expect to see refunds on their credit card or bank statement within seven business days from today, October 8th. All other ticket holders should reach out to their point of purchase for refunds. We apologize for the inconvenience while we determine a new date and the best path forward for the future of the event.
To our supporters and ticket buyers, artists, and the hundreds of people who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes for almost three years to bring this event to life, we thank you. We especially want to thank the City of Miami Beach for its continued support.
Anyone who purchased tickets for MBPF (Miami Beach Pop Festival) through the official website will receive a refund within seven business days. Those who bought them second hand or off a different website may have some issues getting their money back. The festival organizers stated that “the lineup will change” and that they intend to have the festival on a different date. Let’s hope that MBFP doesn’t have the same issues that Woodstock 50 had. We hope to hear more about the future of this festival soon.