The 2021 Marysville Music Weekend has been postponed until March 11-13, 2022 due to lockdown restrictions.
The celebrated regional Victorian festival has announced that it won’t be held in 2021, instead postponing festivities until March next year.
“It’s with deep sadness, but perhaps with little surprise, that today the organisers of The Marysville Music Weekend announce the postponement of the 2021 event until the weekend of March 11-13, 2022,” its statement read.
What you need to know
- Marysville Music Weekend has postponed its 2021 event until March 2022
- The entire lineup has been confirmed for the new dates
- Ticket sales for the event have been temporarily paused
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“Amidst lockdowns, border closures and capacity restrictions, Marysville Music Weekend would not have been able to effectively deliver the show promised to ticket holders this year.
“The good news is that the entire lineup has been confirmed for the new dates in March, so there’ll still be a chance to catch Pierce Brothers, James Morrison, Geoff Achison, Freya Josephine Hollick and many more in 2022.
“The event was on the verge of selling out and ticket holders are encouraged to hold onto their tickets which will be valid for next year.
“Ticket sales for the event will be paused for the time being until decisions are made about the offering for next year, with any luck the event will be back to its full pre-Covid capacity all guns blazing.”