October 20, 2021

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Post Malone’s Post Fest canceled

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Post Malone’s third annual Posty Fest, scheduled to be held over Halloween weekend outside the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, has been canceled and moved to 2022.

“Due to logistical problems that affect the production of the festival, Posted Fest 2022 is being rescheduled. Refunds will be available at the time of purchase. We still can’t wait for 2022 to become our biggest year. Everyone stay safe, we will see you soon, “a Live Nation representative said in a statement. Diversity.

Although delegates declined to comment further, sources told Variety that festival organizers were having difficulty implementing the Covid-1 prot protocol in Texas যা which has far fewer protocols than most states এবং and decided it was best to postpone until next year. Live Nation and most major live-entertainment organizations have established mask or vaccination requirements on most of their shows, when local authorities allow. Hits first mentioned the possibility of cancellation.

The lineup for the festival was announced just two weeks ago: hosted by Kerwin Frost and the title post itself, Megan Thi Stallion, Lil Uzi Vert, Roddy Rich, Jack Harlow, হার uicideboy $, Polo G, Rod Wave, Taiga, Ian Dyer, at the festival Co Weitzel, Turnstile, Tyla Yaoh, Flow Milli, Cough Pige, Kenny Mason, Peach Tree Rascals, RMR, Gatekeeper, Clever, Lovelio.

The event was also canceled in 2020, although the cancellation this year is another sign of the temporary nature of this year’s normal tour and efforts to return to events. Many artists are currently on tour, but the lack of a coherent covid protocol across the country has deeply complicated the process, especially as artists try to visit states where the virus continues to persist and local governments deny the need to mask or vaccinate.

Post Malone launched Posty Fest in 2018 with its first sold-out event at the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas. The venue has been expanded in 2019 to the home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium. Over the years, Posta Fest has featured Travis Scott, Farrell Williams, Tyler, The Creator, Mick Mill, and Doza Cat, Jaden, Dominic Fike, and others from Roy Sremmurd.

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