Over the last couple of days it became unclear if EDC Portugal would happen this year or not. Following May 10th’s announcement by organizers that they’d let everyone know if the festival would take place or not, we now have the news that unfortunately it will not. EDC Portugal is official postponed from June of this year to 2022.
What was shaping up to be one of the most anticipated events this summer has now moved like many other events. The lineup for this year included big names like Armin van Buuren, Don Diablo, Galantis, and more across multiple genres. The organizers already promised that next year’s lineup will be even better to make up for the sad cancellation of this year. As we surely understand that the organizers only want what’s best for the people, we can only applaud their tough decision. Moving from June 18-20 of this year, the new dates are now confirmed to be June 17-19, 2022 and will take place in Praia da Rocha, a beach in Southern Portugal. Stating reasons for their cancellation, a statement said the following:
Thank you for your patience and understanding over these past few months. We’ve worked extremely hard to deliver EDC in Portugal for you, but given the continuing travel restrictions on certain countries and other pandemic-related complications, we unfortunately are not able to guarantee the proper EDC experience for all of our fans globally at this time. As a result, EDC Portugal will be moving to June 17+18+19 of 2022. We know brighter days on the beach await us in the future, and we look forward to seeing you there.
All current ticket holders will receive an email by this Friday, May 14 and will have the opportunity to roll their tickets over to the 2022 edition of the festival or request a refund.
We are currently confirming our new lineup for 2022, which promises to be as good, if not better, than this year’s. More updates to follow, and we will see you Under the Electric Sky in 2022.
Ticket holders will receive emails by May 14 with instructions on what to do next regarding rolling tickets over or refunding them. Stay tuned on their social pages for more news.
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