Popular music festival mysteriously cancelled

A popular music festival that claimed to feature a star-studded cast of music stars has suddenly canceled its tour just two weeks before it begins.

Lunar Electric, which billed itself as Australia’s biggest homegrown music festival, featuring rap, hip-hop and electronic music stars, made the announcement on social media.

The Australian event, originally scheduled to take place on March 11th on the Gold Coast, was canceled on Thursday 16th February and has now deleted a future lineup from its website. The festival should also take place in Dubai and New Zealand.

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According to the Oztix website, tickets are no longer available but have sold for between $187.80 and $414.40.

Crowds at the Lunar Electric Festival in 2022 Credit: Facebook

“Unfortunately, we had to make the difficult decision to reschedule the Lunar Electric tour in March to September 2023,” read a post on Facebook.

“We want to make sure we’re giving you all the best line-up and experience, and that just wasn’t possible at the time.

“We apologize for the delay in getting to you and hope you’ll be joining us for a huge Lunar Electric tour in September!”

They added: “Keep your ticket and we’ll give you 1x free ticket for the new date in September,” the organizers said.

“Refund options will (also) be available. Oztix (ticket seller) will be in touch with ticket holder options.”

The replacement date for September has yet to be confirmed.

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James Brien

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