In another awful hit to fans, Coachella and Stagecoach music celebrations have been authoritatively dropped — and for the second year straight.
The events, both scheduled for April, were canceled Friday by Dr. Cameron Kaiser, the public health officer for Riverside County, California, where there have been 266,849 COVID cases and 2,970 passings, as indicated by a public order.
“Because of the pandemic, Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser (Jan. 29) marked a public health order dropping Coachella Valley Music and Arts, Stagecoach Country Music celebrations got ready for April 2021. We anticipate when the events may restore,” he composed on Twitter.
The order proceeds to say the events, planned across three ends of the week at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, were dropped “in view of worries of a fall resurgence” as COVID-19 cases in California, just as around the world, are on the ascent. The transition to drop the celebrations, authorities composed, is in the expectations that it controls the spread of the Covid, since numerous individuals travel from everywhere the world for the renowned music events.
The setups had not been reported, yet Travis Scott, Frank Ocean and Rage Against the Machine were the booked main events for Coachella 2020.
A year ago’s celebrations were deferred only a month prior to the events were set to occur, moving rather to October. In any case, both Coachella and Stagecoach were eventually dropped by June, with coordinators Goldenvoice refering to the pandemic.