Cercle Festival Has Been Postponed To 2022

Cercle Festival
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Cercle Festival has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns

For the second year in a row, Cercle Festival has been postponed due to the ongoing uncertainties of COVID-19. Organizers announced today that the festival will now be taking place on May 14 & 15, 2022 at the Art & Space Museum in Le Bourget, France. Cercle Festival is not the only European festival that has been postponed recently. The festival joins both Tomorrowland and Ultra Europe, as both of these events have already canceled their 2021 events within the past few weeks. Organizers announced the cancelation on social media as such,

“It is with a heavy heart (but full of hope!) that we have to reschedule the Cercle Festival once again. It will now take place on the Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th of May 2022. Although we see positive signs of a recovery with cases dropping and the easing of sanitary measures in France, it is still too risky for us to organize a festival for 24’000 people over two days.”
According to the festival, the lineup will remain the same, which means Charlotte de Witte, Black Coffee, Pan-Pot, Maceo Plex, and every other artist billed for Cercle Festivals 2021 lineup will have a chance to play the event in 2022. Tickets purchased for Cercle’s 2021 event are transferrable to 2022. Additional information regarding ticket refunds will be released within the next few days.
Read the festival’s full announcement here.
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