Seoul Jazz Festival rescheduled for this fall, refunds will be available
The Seoul Jazz Festival will be pushed to autumn due to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus.
“The Seoul Jazz Festival 2020, set to take place on May 23 and 24, will be pushed to the fall this year due to Covid-19,” organizer Private Curve announced on Monday.
Further details of a new performance schedule and refunds for those who preordered tickets will be released by early May at the latest.
“We are doing everything we can to make sure that the festival is held on the same terms in the fall,” organizers said.
The Seoul Jazz Festival was set to take place next month at Olympic Park in southern Seoul, featuring acts such as Marcus Miller, Sigrid, Bishop Briggs, Alessia Cara and Sergio Mendes.
The finalized lineup will be announced next month, after the new date and venue are secured.
If holders of preordered tickets wish to attend the festival later in the year, they can do so without any additional cost.
By Yoon So-yeon