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Mogan town hall’s new “AVALON” music festival unexpectedly postponed till September 2019

Mogan town hall’s new “AVALON” music festival unexpectedly postponed till September 2019

AVALON. LGTBIQ+ an Association of Liberal Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the Canary Islands have announced on the 3rd of May, with only 5 days to go, that the Avalon Gran Canaria Music Festival they have organised with the support Mogán Town Hall has been cancelled until September quoting “force majeure”.

The event focused towards the LGBTIQ+ community was clearly set up to try and benefit from the May influx of people who attend the Pride events in maspalomas every year, an estimated audience of around 10,000, in spite of organisers trying to claim many more, however for reasons that are not yet clear Avalon have had to cancel their event in Mogán, presenting it as an opportunity to offer a bigger show and with greater capacity and hoping to better promote the planned conferences and a Gala event, which were originally scheduled to be held between May 8 and 12, at the same time as the more established event in Playa del Inglés.

The organisers have offered their guarantee to anyone who has already purchased tickets for the concert, that their tickets will be valid for the new dates, which have yet to be announced, saying that those who wish to be reimbursed, should contact the sales service they bought from, through the email.

The event was launched with the backing of the local Mayor only a couple of months ago, though few other details have emerged since that first announcement.

 

AVALON. LGTBIQ+ an Association of Liberal Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the Canary Islands have announced, with only one day to go, that the Avalon Gran Canaria Music Festival they have organised with the support Mogán Town Hall has been cancelled until September quoting “force majeure”.

The event focused towards the LGBTIQ+ community was clearly set up to try and benefit from the May influx of people who attend the Pride events in maspalomas every year, an estimated audience of around 10,000, in spite of organisers trying to claim many more, however for reasons that are not yet clear Avalon have had to cancel their event in Mogán, presenting it as an opportunity to offer a bigger show and with greater capacity and hoping to better promote the planned conferences and a Gala event, which were originally scheduled to be held between May 8 and 12, at the same time as the more established event in Playa del Inglés.

The organisers have offered their guarantee to anyone who has already purchased tickets for the concert, that their tickets will be valid for the new dates, which have yet to be announced, saying that those who wish to be reimbursed, should contact the sales service they bought from, through the email.

The event was launched with the backing of the local Mayor only a couple of months ago, though few other details have emerged since that first announcement.

 

AVALON. LGTBIQ+ an Association of Liberal Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the Canary Islands have announced, with only one day to go, that the Avalon Gran Canaria Music Festival they have organised with the support Mogán Town Hall has been cancelled until September quoting “force majeure”.

The event focused towards the LGBTIQ+ community was clearly set up to try and benefit from the May influx of people who attend the Pride events in maspalomas every year, an estimated audience of around 10,000, in spite of organisers trying to claim many more, however for reasons that are not yet clear Avalon have had to cancel their event in Mogán, presenting it as an opportunity to offer a bigger show and with greater capacity and hoping to better promote the planned conferences and a Gala event, which were originally scheduled to be held between May 8 and 12, at the same time as the more established event in Playa del Inglés.

The organisers have offered their guarantee to anyone who has already purchased tickets for the concert, that their tickets will be valid for the new dates, which have yet to be announced, saying that those who wish to be reimbursed, should contact the sales service they bought from, through the email.

The event was launched with the backing of the local Mayor only a couple of months ago, though few other details have emerged since that first announcement.

 

AVALON. LGTBIQ+ an Association of Liberal Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the Canary Islands have announced, with only one day to go, that the Avalon Gran Canaria Music Festival they have organised with the support Mogán Town Hall has been cancelled until September quoting “force majeure”.

The event focused towards the LGBTIQ+ community was clearly set up to try and benefit from the May influx of people who attend the Pride events in maspalomas every year, an estimated audience of around 10,000, in spite of organisers trying to claim many more, however for reasons that are not yet clear Avalon have had to cancel their event in Mogán, presenting it as an opportunity to offer a bigger show and with greater capacity and hoping to better promote the planned conferences and a Gala event, which were originally scheduled to be held between May 8 and 12, at the same time as the more established event in Playa del Inglés.

The organisers have offered their guarantee to anyone who has already purchased tickets for the concert, that their tickets will be valid for the new dates, which have yet to be announced, saying that those who wish to be reimbursed, should contact the sales service they bought from, through the email.

The event was launched with the backing of the local Mayor only a couple of months ago, though few other details have emerged since that first announcement.

 

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