The organizers of Untold and Neversea festivals, usually held every summer in Romania, have announced that the editions scheduled for this year will be postponed due to the restrictions imposed by authorities over the Coronavirus pandemic. In a press release, the organizers mentioned that the spectators who had already bought tickets and passes for the 2020 editions will be able to use them at the editions in the upcoming three years.
“Amid the incertitude hovering over the entertainment industry and after the Ministry of Culture had sent in Parliament a draft law that is banning events with over 1,000 spectators until August 31, 2020, we decided to take a final decision to clear things up for those who were expecting the festivals this summer.
With our heart broken, but with the certitude that we are taking the best decision for the Romanians’ health and safety, we decided to postpone Untold and Neversea this year for the summer of 2021,” a press release informed.
Tickets and passes remain valid for 2021. For those who will not be able to attend the upcoming editions, they will a get a refund during October 1-December 31.
Untold is usually in Cluj-Napoca, while Neversea in Constanta, on the Romanian Black Sea coast.
The 2020 edition of Electric Castle, held in Bontida, near Cluj Napoca has been also delayed for July 14-18, 2021. The event this year was scheduled during July 15-17 this year at Banffy Castle, but it was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Electric Castle organizers have also reported that tickets purchased for the 2020 edition will be used for the 2021 one.
Summer Well festival held every year in August on Stirbey domain near Bucharest has been also postpone for August next year.