Dierks Bentley has announced that his Seven Peaks Music Festival 2021 has officially been cancelled.
Bentley took to social media to break the news, informing fans that, despite attempts to make it work, the festival’s home of Chaffee County, Colorado had decided against lifting capacity restrictions. All 2021 passes purchased for Seven Peaks Music Festival will be fully refunded within 30 days back to the original form of payment.
“I want to thank my team for the work, the artists for the trust, and above all our fans, who look forward to this event all year long,” Bentley shares on Instagram. “Really appreciate you guys hanging in there with us through the ups and downs of Covid. Together we built something very special and it’s going to be a big celebration when our 7P family is together again. We will be back!”
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Originally scheduled for Labor Day weekend in Buena Vista, Colorado, the three-day campout experience was set to feature a full list of performers, including Bentley, Keith Urban, Kip Moore, Old Crow Medicine Show, Randy Houser, Travis Denning, Ingrid Andress, Caitlyn Smith, Hailey Whitters, Callista Clark, Payton Smith, Clay Walker, Reyna Roberts, and Pam Tillis, among others.
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