Electric Zoo postponed to 2021 following orders from NYC mayor

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New York’s premiere fall dance music festival, Electric Zoo, has formally postponed its annual Labor Day Weekend event to next year. The news of the 2020 cancellation follows a July 9 order from Mayor Bill de Blasio suspending all large events requiring a city permit through September 30. Festival organizers announced Electric Zoo’s postponement shortly after the order was issued.

“Regrettably, we must stop all the preparations for 2020 Electric Zoo: Supernaturals and reschedule the festival for 2021. We’ve kept hope alive and continued planning and building Electric Zoo until today. While we are heartbroken, everyone’s safety is our #1 priority and we understand the Mayor’s decision.”

Would-be attendees have the option to either request a refund or rollover their passes for Electric Zoo 2021 installment. Those who choose to keep their tickets will receive an incentive in the form of a $50 credit on their 2021 wristbands to be used at the festival. Ticket purchasers who opt for a refund must submit their request by July 24.

Electric Zoo’s new dates are September 3 – 5, 2021.

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