New York Governor’s Ball canceled due to #COVID19 #coronavirus @GovBallNYC #govballnyc

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Control Is A Luxury

The Governor’s Ball Music Festival that’s another iconic event that takes place in New York City, got its walking papers today when it announced that this 3 day event originally set for June 5 to June 7, is canceled, as COVID19 changes life in the present, and future.

Organizers saw the writing on the wall that a postponement was impossible, given the logistics, planning, and availability needed to still pull off the ball in 2020, organizers did however see the big picture concerning the safety and well-being of fans, artists, staff, vendors, and partners, making all involved priority one.

Since there’s no NYC Governor’s Ball this year, organizers are going full speed ahead about planning the event’s big comeback in June 2021, and looked forward for everyone to return at that time.

The Governor’s Ball is yet another casualty in a long line of events postponed or cancelled, The Tony Awards that happen to take place on June 7 were also postponed Wednesday, but no new date was announced.

Plus, literally all of New York City’s out of work, as well as the whole country, as unemployment claims shot up to highest numbers in history, as it was announced today with claims at 3.3 Million.

Daniel Quintanilla


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