As with Electric Castle and Untold Festival, Jazz in the Park organisers have decided to postpone the event until June 24-27, 2021, due to the unpredictable nature surrounding the COVID-19 virus and associated restrictions.

The announcement read, “Sadly, although things might become a bit more relaxed in the months to follow, the eighth edition of Jazz in the Park will not take place this year. Neither this month, as it was initially planned, nor in September.

We know that you, as well as the artists, partners, volunteers and collaborators deserve an amazing festival, but due to the circumstances, we can’t make that happen right now. We will therefore postpone Jazz in the Park #8 to June 24-27, 2012.

"Sadly, although things might become a bit more relaxed in the months to follow, the eighth edition of Jazz in the Park will not take place this year. Neither this month, as it was initially planned, nor in September.   We know that you, as well as the artists, partners, volunteers and collaborators deserve an amazing festival, but due to the circumstances, we can't make that happen right now. We will therefore postpone Jazz in the Park #8 to June 24-27, 2012.  Until then, continue to #staysafe. And to all of our friends and colleagues working in the event industry, #staystrong, guys. Better days are on the way.  P.S.: This summer, we were supposed to celebrate being Europe's Best Small Festival, together. But we'll take revenge in 2021, so get ready!

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