by: Cameron DeFaria
Jul 1, 2021
Cercle Festival, held at Dugny, France’s Air and Space Museum, has been postponed to May 14 – 15, 2022, festival organizers announced on June 28. Coordinators attributed the festival’s postponement to complications related to the COVID-19 pandemic, namely the general risk for transmission associated with large gatherings, international festival goers’ inability to enter France, and an inability to obtain insurance that would cover last-minute cancellations should the event require cancellation.
Cercle’s lineup will remain the same in 2022. “All artists have already confirmed their presence for the new dates,” organizers said in the official cancellation statement. Tickets will remain valid, and ticket holders will have the choice of receiving a refund or preserving their passes for the following year of Cercle production. All returned tickets will be put back on sale for the 2022 iteration. Preregister to purchase these here, and read the French music brand’s official statement below.
Featured image: Maxime Chermat