Osheaga announced the news on Monday morning and added that the 2021 festival, taking place on July 30, 31 and August 1, "returns bigger and better than ever to celebrate its 15th edition!"
Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters were set to headline Osheaga 2020, hosted by Bell Alt. TV, with Lizzo and Kendrick Lamar, but the summertime festival was postponed until 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Osheaga's website lists information about tickets, and the official Twitter account noted that they "will continue to monitor the situation and abide by all new measures put in place by the Quebec government."
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The festival's website also states that they will wait until they have all the necessary information before communicating the guidelines on the festival site. If the event is cancelled or postponed (again), Osheaga will notify ticket buyers of the exchange or refund guidelines.
"The Osheaga family would like to extend a huge thank you to fans, numerous sponsors and public partners for their continuous support," read the statement from the festival. "One thing is certain, when we can all gather and celebrate together again, it is going to be unforgettable! We cannot wait to see you at Osheaga Music and Arts Festival 2021."
Last year's festival was slated to feature artists like Lewis Capaldi, Jessie Reyez, Burna Boy, Dave, Bon Iver, Leon Bridges and many more big-name artists. We will have to wait and see who else joins Cardi, Post Malone and Foo Fighters as part of the 2021 lineup.
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