All tickets purchased for We The Fest 2020 will be valid for next year’s edition. Ticket holders will also receive IDR 300,000 worth of tokens to spend at the festival next year.

In what is yet another major event postponement announcement due to the COVID-19 situation, Indonesia’s We The Fest will not be taking place this year. The annual summer music festival in Jakarta was supposed to take place on August 14-16, and the team at Ismaya Live are already working on rescheduling for next year’s edition.

Ticket holders will receive emails from the festival’s ticketing partner, Loket.com, soon regarding refunds. However, those who wish to attend We The Fest 2021 next year can hold on to their tickets. In addition to their tickets being valid for next year, attendees will also receive IDR 300,000 worth of tokens to spend at We The Fest 2021.

As part of the statement released by the festival on their social media channels:

“We would like to express our deepest and biggest gratitude to YOU for your endless love and support since our first edition in 2014. We The Fest wouldn’t have become the festival that it is today, with fans from around the globe, if it wasn’t for YOU.

As we wait until the gates of We The Fest reopen next year, stay  safe, practice physical distancing, and be sure to take good care of each other (virtually!) because we’re going to get through this together. See you all soon!”

You can read the full official statement below.

It is with a heavy heart to announce that We The Fest 2020 will not happen as planned. Please take your time to read the…

Posted by We The Fest on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

We The Fest 2020 was supposed to take place at the Jiexpo Kemayoran on Aug. 14-16 this year. The first phase lineup featured headlining hip-hop group Migos, along with singer-songwriter Blackbear, EDM acts Cheat Codes and Ookay, lo-fi singer Clairo, Indonesian acts Isyana Sarasvati and Naif, Masego, R&B duo Oh Wonder, indie electronic artist Shallou, among others.

For now, we can just continue to stay safe and practice social distancing until some sense of normalcy comes back. This too shall pass, and the wait will have been worth it.

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