CA’s Overpass Music Festival postponed because of coronavirus
Orange County, CA music festival Overpass was scheduled to hold its inaugural edition on March 7, 2020 in Oak Canyon Park, with sets from Jhene Aiko, Duckwrth, Yuna, SOSUPERSAM, and more. It’s now been postponed to September 26 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The festival has shared a statement about the postponement:
It is with deepest regret that we must announce the postponement of OVERPASS Music Festival 2020 to September 26, 2020, due to the current health and safety concern with the COVID-19 (formerly nCOV 2019) threat.
With guests coming from different parts of the globe, specifically from Asia, rescheduling the festival to protect people’s health and safety is an important and necessary decision to make. We are hoping that the COVID-19 threat can be contained and travel bans are lifted so that we may push forward with the festival.
All purchased tickets will automatically be carried over guaranteeing a spot on the rescheduled date. We’re also offering an option to give full ticket refunds from February 20 until March 29, which can be redeemed by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current lineup are still valid but may be subject to change. Please stay tuned in May 2020 for an updated information.
Visit us at www.overpassmusic.com for ticketing and follow us @overpassmusic for updates and further announcements.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience. At the same time, we thank all our partners, sponsors, artists, suppliers and supporters for the overwhelming support and understanding.
Overpass Music Festival