Coachella and Stagecoach Cancelled and Rescheduled!!!
Festival’s organizer’s, Goldenvoice have officially announced that Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals will be postponed until October 2020 due to the Coronavirus. Read on…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that today two of the biggest music festival have cancelled their April dates to for both the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals.
Goldenvoice, the festival’s organizer, been informing agents of music artists to determine whether talent would also be available in October. The music festival will now be rounding out the year instead of kicking off the year with music.
Coachella fields one of the most impression collections of chefs and restaurants, a credit to a growing curation from Goldenvoice and a significant part of the experience for many attendees. As of now all chefs will have to be rebooked. This year included such chefs as Roy Choi (Best Friend, Kogi), Jon Yao (Kato), Cat Cora, Lincoln Carson (Bon Temps), and Sabel Braganza (E.P. & L.P.).
At the moment, the festival had only officially announced chefs for the more exclusive Outstanding in the Field portion of the festival, and not the majority of the food lineup, which typically includes more well-known casual restaurants. In recent years, restaurants like Fuku, Konbi, Madre, and Tacos 1986 were notable participants.
Coachella and Stagecoach joins the list of music festivals that have cancelled their events due to novel coronavirus.
Last week, Miami’s Ultra festival, Austin’s South by Southwest, and Miami’s Winter Music Conference were all cancelled.
The music festivals are NOT cancelling their events, the have decided to postpone until October. As of now, there is no confirmation that the headliners and performers will remain on the new scheduled dates.
Both festivals gathers upwards of 125,000 per day, over six total days in two consecutive weekends. Coachella and Stagecoach could avoid having to employ cancellation insurance that may not have covered communicable diseases such as novel coronavirus.