Merritt’s Bass Coast Festival postponed to 2022
More disappointing, but probably expected, news arrived Tuesday for fans of the BC Music Festival.
The popular Merritt-based BassCoast festival has announced that its 2021 edition has been “postponed” until July 8-11, 2022.
As a result, tickets purchased for 2021 and subsequent years will be postponed for one year.
“Without knowing what public health measures will be in place in July, we lack the critical information needed to contract infrastructure, book artists and secure providers,” organizers said in a statement.
“We believe this decision aligns with our commitment to deliver a safe, immersive experience of the highest standard.”
After carefully reviewing the information currently available to us, we make the difficult decision to …
Posted by Bass Coast Festival on Tuesday, April 27, 2021
The news follows a similar postponement by another BC festival, Shambhala.
Meanwhile, several large-scale music festivals south of the border, such as Bonaroo and Electric Daisy Carnival, are going according to plan.
British Columbia’s current ban on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people will be reviewed at the end of May.
Support local journalism by clicking here to make a one-time contribution or by subscribing for a small monthly fee. We appreciate your consideration and any contribution you can make.