V2 Presents Postpones Get Lucky to 2022

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As the pandemic continues to alter plans for festivals in 2021, V2 Presents has announced that Get Lucky will be postponed to 2022.


The list of festivals and events around the world that are changing their plans due to the pandemic continues to grow with each passing week of the new year. Last month saw Glastonbury and Ultra Music Festival look to push their editions to 2022, along with news surrounding spring festivals including Coachella and EDC Mexico surface. Now, V2 Presents has announced that Get Lucky will not be taking place this year as well.

Typically hosted each year in March, Get Lucky has become renowned for bringing some of the finest artists in the dance music scene to Salt Lake City. In their statement that was released earlier today, V2 Presents said “At this this time we feel as though March is too soon for our community to hold a large-scale event and that it’s in the best interest of our attendees to postpone Get Lucky 2021.”

“While this decision comes with an extremely heavy heart, at this time of global uncertainty, we take the safety and health of our guests, staff, and community very seriously.”

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Those who opted to have their 2020 tickets transferred to 2021 will automatically be rolled over for their new dates in 2022 for that festival or any other event hosted by V2 Presents until then. If that option does not work for those with a voucher, refunds will be offered for the next 30 days via their website. Make sure to follow V2 Presents for further updates on Get Lucky and more.

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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