Ubbi Dubbi 2019
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Disco Donnie took to social media to announce that Ubbi Dubbi has been postponed until October amid the coronavirus pandemic.


While other spring festivals like Ultra Miami, Coachella, Movement Detroit, and Beyond Wonderland have been postponed or cancelled in response to the coronavirus pandemic, many were left to wonder about the future of Ubbi Dubbi in Texas. Now, after exhausting all other options, Disco Donnie Presents has announced that the festival will be moving to October as Ubbi Dubbi Gets Freaky Deaky.

In a statement that was released on their website and social media channels just moments ago, Disco Donnie said: “We looked at multiple options to produce a safe event during the Summer, but thought it was best to concentrate on providing a supersized event in the Fall.”  This was paired with the updated dates for the festival which will now be taking place on Halloween weekend, October 30-31, and news that they’re teaming up with Freaky Deaky Texas.

Those who purchased tickets for the edition of the festival that was set to take place next month will automatically be able to attend Ubbi Dubbi Gets Freaky Deaky in the fall. And if you cannot attend the new dates then a refund will be available through See Tickets. More details on refunds can be found in their statement on their website.

This year’s edition of Ubbi Dubbi was set to feature a wide range of artists including Adventure Club, Kaskade, Green Velvet, Illenium, Seven Lions, and many others. The new edition that’s slated for Halloween weekend will feature an entirely new lineup that will be announced in the coming months.

Stay tuned for more information about other cancellations and postponements from around the world as we continue to follow the impact coronavirus has on the festival season this year.


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