The festival, which was to be held in Alpe d’Huez from March 14 to 21, hoped to welcome 25,000 people
One of the branches of the well-known electronic music festival Tomorrowland, which takes place in the French Alps, and which hosts 25,000 fans of electronic music, will not be held this year due to the threat of the coronavirus. The organization has decided to suspend it for security and before the advance of the pandemic.
Given the proximity of the event date, which was scheduled to be held between March 14 and 21 in the town of Alpe d’Huez, in the French Alps, the organization has decided to suspend it. On his poster were names like Djibril Cissé, Afrojack, Hush Hefner and Steve Aoki.
The French government had recently banned all meetings of people over 5,000 people across the country. For that reason, both the Paris marathon and an agriculture fair were canceled during the past week. However, apparently this restriction was to be lifted during the next dates. Due to the risks for attendees and uncertainty, the organizers have decided to cancel the event.