The Japanese music festival that wanted to be the first post-pandemic canceled | Culture and entertainment | America Edition

The organizers of the Japanese music festival Supersonic announced today the cancellation of this event, which was scheduled for the end of September, and which aspired to be one of the first with an international and mass public poster to be held during the pandemic.

The festival “will not take place this year due to the continued spread of COVID-19”, organizers said in a note, also pointing out “the inability of foreign musicians to enter Japan” that had been announced on the poster due to the migratory restrictions that the country applies .

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