Attention all music lovers!
It’s just been announced that one of Malaysia’s most anticipated music festivals, Good Vibes Festival, will be cancelled this year due to the growing Covid-19 epidemic.
We are sad to announce that Good Vibes Festival will no longer be taking place this year. Stay safe everyone and see you in 2021 ❤️
The organisers of the festival took to their Facebook page to make the announcement:
“We have sadly come to the difficult decision to cancel Good Vibes Festival 2020. We were looking forward to this year’s edition of the festival and have been working hard exploring all options to try and make the festival happen.”
While the organisers tried their best to make things work they decided that after “closely following all developments on the ongoing pandemic and consulting with all relevant stakeholders, we have had to face the reality that it is no longer viable to run the festival this year.”
The hyped up music festival which showcases live performances of internationally renowned artists every year at the Ranch, Genting Highlands is often the highlight of events in the Malaysian festival scene.
Nonetheless, the organisers said that they have to prioritise the”health and safety of all attendees, artists, partners, vendors, crew and everyone working on the festival.” But don’t worry Good Vibes fans, the festival’s management team has reassured the public that they will focus on “coming back even better next year.” In the meantime, they encourage everyone to stay at home and stay safe during this crucial time.
Looks like it’s time to save up for those 2021 tickets instead!
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