Festivals Pohoda Festival postponed until 2021

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“In the meantime, we will do things the way the situation allows us, and of course we will work to make Pohoda 2021 a powerful personal gathering full of great art again.”

With The Libertines, Metronomy, Wolf Alice, black midi, Shame, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, and more set to perform, Slovakia’s Pohoda festival has announced that it will be postponing until 2021.

Releasing a statement, festival director Michal Kaščák says: “Despite not seeing one another at Pohoda this summer, we remain optimistic. The unparalleled wave of togetherness that moves across the music scene and the whole cultural environment must return to us in a positive manner. Even after the Spanish flu, there was literally an explosion of art, dance houses were created and people enjoyed getting together. We believe it will be similar now. We can’t wait to see the clubs open, concerts get underway and then festivals, too. In the meantime, we will do things the way the situation allows us, and of course we will work to make Pohoda 2021 a powerful personal gathering full of great art again.”

Pohoda 2021 will take place on 8th - 10th July.

Pohoda takes place 7th July - 9th July 2022. Tickets are on sale now.