Moondance Jammin Country postponed until 2021

The 14th Annual Moondance Jammin Country Fest has been postponed until June 24-26, 2021, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a release on their website, a survey is underway until May 3 to determine a date for the 2021 concerts. Tickets for 2020, for concerts, camping and law chair tags, will be valid for 2021. Ticket holders for Jammin Country may also use them for this year’s Moondance Jam 29 event still scheduled to take place in mid-July.

“It saddens me to have to make this decision, but at the same time I feel good knowing it is the right thing to do,” says Moondance Events owner Kathy Bieloh.

“There are just too many hurdles that we would have to clear and too many unknowns to deal with in such a short time. I really hope all of our country jammers understand. As of right now, we are still planning to host our rock festival, Moondance Jam, in mid-July and will have a better idea on whether that will be a reality in the coming month.”

We are exploring some other options for our country jammers also.” added Bieloh

“One would be to have a festival the weekend of August 7-8 if it looks like the right thing to do. However, it may be a month or so before we could officially entertain that idea. Another idea that we are looking into is adding a bonus value in 2021 for fans who purchased tickets in 2020. I really appreciate patience from all of the country jammers out there as the landscape of this pandemic changes and we have to change with it. Our whole Moondance family is in this together and when we are finally able to get everyone back to Moondance, it is going to be extra special.”

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