The second edition of the music festival ID No Limits, which was scheduled for April 3 and 4, was postponed due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus. The announcement was made this Friday by the festival organization. In a statement sent to the Observer, prosecutors detail that the edition was postponed to November 13th and 14th.
The festival, which had its first edition in 2019, maintains its scheduled return in 2020, but this was postponed for about seven months due to the containment measures enacted in the country to stop the spread of the Covid-19 disease.
Rejjie Snow, Slow J, Kelsey Lu, Jordan Rakkei, Kindness, Ezra Collective, Moses Boyd, Lhast and Carla Prata, among others, were confirmed for this second edition of the festival.
The public's will and the strength they have given us is the engine for working on a postponement. It is a reorganization at all levels. But it is a festival that we strongly believe in and that we want to happen and well ”, says the festival's promoter, Karla Campos, in a statement.
According to the organization, tickets already purchased for the first date – April – remain valid for November. “For spectators who cannot attend on the new date, they can request a return within 30 days of the postponed event date. Reimbursement requests must be made at the place where the tickets were purchased, one week after the date of the official postponement notice ”, the statement also reads.
In 2019, the electronic music, hip-hop and R&B festival featured concerts and DJ sets by Madlib, Ark, Dino D'Santiago, Little Dragon, IAMDDB, Kamaal Williams, Moullinex, Xinobi, DJ Nigga Fox and Xaka Lion, among other artists, at the Estoril Congress Center.
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