More than a week after the cancellation of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April, ticket holders received a “note” from organizers Tuesday.
The email did not confirm or deny the notion of a fall 2021 version of the iconic concert, saying only that Los Angeles-based producer Goldenvoice is “working hard to announce further updates about when we will be together again.”
Ticket holders were presented with the same options they were after the concert was originally canceled in April 2020 and then again in October 2020: Let the tickets roll over or get a refund.
The email did not explain, however, how to get a refund right now. Rather, it told ticket-holders to “stay tuned.”
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“Thank you for holding onto your passes, your loyalty has not gone unnoticed,” the email read. “It is important for us to produce a carefree event that continues to bring fans and artists from around the world together. Stay tuned for information regarding the process for rolling over or refunding passes.”
After the previous postponement, Goldenvoice said all passes for the 2020 festivals would be honored in 2021. Refunds were also offered after each cancellation.
The headliners for the April 2020 version of the concert — the one people purchased the tickets for — were Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean and Travis Scott. There is no word if any, all or none of those acts will be on the bill when the concert does return.
The email did include a phone number (855) 771-3667 and an e-mail email@example.com if people have further questions about their order.
Shad Powers is a columnist at The Desert Sun. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.