1. Montreal's Osheaga Festival postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19 pandemic  CTV News Montreal
  2. Osheaga cancelled again, set to return in summer 2022  CBC.ca
  3. 2 Major Montreal Music Festivals Were Officially Postponed Until 2022  MTL Blog
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Organizers of Montreal's Osheaga festival are cancelling the event for a second consecutive year.Organizers of Montreal's Osheaga festival are cancelling the event for a second consecutive year.

Montreal's Osheaga Festival postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19 pandemic | CTV News

All passes for any of the 2020 and 2021 editions of the cancelled festivals will be honoured in 2022. According to the company, refunds are also available for ticket holders who would want them.All passes for any of the 2020 and 2021 editions of the cancelled festivals will be honoured in 2022. According to the company, refunds are also available for ticket holders who would want them.

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Two of Montreal's most popular summer festivals, Osheaga and Île Soniq have been postponed until 2022, according to the festivals' respective Instagram posts. Both festivals are hosted by Evenko, which cancelled them "due to an ever-evolving COVID-19 situation." Editor's Choice: Rogers & Fido Are Giving Customers A Credit After The Major Outage Nick Farkas, Senior Vice President at Evenko said that "we want to be back there in the midst of it too, but the truth is it takes several months to line up the various elements to create a festival, and with the current uncertainty, we don't have that luxury."  "We remain hopeful that the situation will improve enough." Evelyne Côté, Director of Programming for Île Soniq added that festival-goers should "stay hopeful" for an "explosive" event in 2022.So long, summer...

Osheaga And Île Soniq Were Officially Postponed Until 2022 - MTL Blog