Buckle Up Country Music Festival has been canceled just ten days ahead of its scheduled date.
Promoters announced the cancellation Monday morning, citing “circumstances beyond our control.” All tickets purchased will be automatically refunded via Ticketmaster.
The two-day festival was set to take over Summit Park Aug. 5 and 6. Headliners included Brad Paisley, Chase Rice and Randy Houser.
Cleveland-based PromoWest Productions is behind Buckle Up and the Bunbury Music Festival. Organizers have not released an exact reason as to why the festival is canceled.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regretfully announce the cancellation of the 2016 @BuckleUpFest, set to take place August 5 & 6.— Buckle Up Festival (@BuckleUpFest) July 25, 2016
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regretfully announce the cancellation of the 2016 @BuckleUpFest, set to take place August 5 & 6.
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