Bon Iver’s destination festival is a bust
The days of Bon Iver’s destination festival turned out to be unexpectedly numbered.
The Mexican concert vacation, “Days Have No Numbers,” was announced by the indie folk band just last week, named after a lyric from the group’s most recent LP, 22, A Million. Slated for January 21st-25th of 2018 at the Riviera Maya’s Hard Rock Hotel, news of the event was met with enthusiasm, the festival functioning simultaneously as an all-inclusive island escape and concert series.
Plans concerning Days Have No Numbers, however, have already halted according to the festival’s website. The site notifies resort ticket package holders and interested parties alike that the event has been cancelled due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Refunds are promised to appear in 5-7 business days to those who purchased entry to the festival. Bon Iver was to be joined by a variety of fellow performers, including Francis and The Lights and Sylvan Esso, but as the event site’s statement states, the Bon Iver event is “Bon Over.”
Via: Brooklyn Vegan