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Boogie Festival Delayed To 2021: 'We Wanted To Hold On As Late As Possible'

4 September 2020 | 10:38 am | Staff Writer

The news was announced by organisers this morning.

Boogie Festival will not go ahead in 2020. 

In a statement released by organisers today, it's been announced that the much-loved Tallarook festival will be postponed to April 2021. 

The festival was initially due to go ahead this past April but was delayed to October due to COVID-19 concerns. 

"We hope you are all as happy, calm and colourful as can be wherever you are. As the spring days arrive, we find ourselves more and more looking at a reality of no Boogie this year," said organisers in a statement to social media today. 


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"We wanted to hold on as late as possible to make the call, but the situation in Victoria coupled with many enquiries has led us to a decision to announce a postponement of BOOGIE 14 to Easter 2021.

"Assuming health and safety regulations can be met once we know what they may be, we will deliver the full Boogie experience on April 2, 3 and 4 in the year 2021 in the hills of Tallarook at Our Friend’s Farm. Try stopping us!"

See the full statement below. 

Tickets will remain valid for the 2021 event, with refunds available through to 2 March 2021. Head here for more info. 

Acts on the 2020 line-up included Pond, Cash Savage & The Last Drinks, Twin Peaks, Endless Boogie, Even, Grace Cummings & her band, Karate Boogaloo, Hayley Mary, Mr Teenage, The Vovos, Imperium and more. 

Dear Boogie faithful, We hope you are all as happy, calm and colourful as can be wherever you are. As the spring days...

Posted by Boogie Festival on Thursday, September 3, 2020