III Points has canceled its 2020 event and now aims for 2021 to make its official return. The festival has announced next year’s dates along with a brand new lineup.
The annual Miami event will now take place on April 30 and May 1. Organizers feel it is best to move the event at a later time due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they promise to bring fans a fun-filled celebration for 2021.
“The work that has gone into moving a large scale production has been no small task… especially twice in one year :/ but our team, our partners, and our city are extremely resilient and we know in our hearts that April 30 and May 1 will be a beautiful celebration of art and music.”
Festival ticketholders will have the option to refund or rollover their passes for next year’s event. Refund applications will officially open on Friday, September 25.
III points will be holding a ticket sale for fans that wish to attend next year’s event. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, September 23 with a layaway plan option for only $10.
Organizers warn that there will be some precautions taken for the 2021 festival, which includes limiting guest attendance. Therefore, they encourage fans to purchase their tickets sooner than later as there will not be many on sale.
III Points Reveals 2021 Lineup
Along with the new date announcement, III Points has shared a new lineup that features some incredible well-known artists. There will be special performances by Eric Prydz, ZHU, WU-Tang Clan, Green Velvet, and more.
The festival has shared that the full lineup will not be revealed until around January 2021. The blurred names on the list consist of artists that will be performing at Coachella next year; they are waiting for the popular California festival to announce their lineup before they reveal the hidden acts.
Miami-Dade County has seen a recent decrease in COVID-19 cases and continues to gradually reopen. Last week, County Mayor Carlos Gimenez shared plans to reopen bars and movie theaters with safety protocols in place. Although things are looking up for Miami, the future of the coronavirus still remains uncertain at this time.