Severe weather conditions has forced several acts, including Migos, to cancel their sets at Panorama festival.
We're in the middle of festival seasons with many of them already passing and many more coming ahead. The beautiful thing about festivals is that you get to check out dope music while getting lit, all while being able to enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately, the summer doesn't necessarily mean that there won't be any cancellations due to the weather. New York City's Panorama festival announced that they'd be cancelling their opening day due to severe weather conditions.
Panorama Festival attendees have been hit with the unfortunate news that the festival's opening day was cancelled. The fest sent a push notification to ticket holders and also made the announcement on social media.
"We are evacuating the island due to severe weather. Please exit the way you entered. Ferries and shuttles are running and the pedestrian bridge is open. Panorama has been cancelled for today and we will see you tomorrow." Panorama's tweet read.
This is the second consecutive year that the festival was forced to cancel certain sets due to unforeseen circumstances. During Isaiah Rashad's performance last year, the indoor Parlor stage broke prompting the festival to evacuate fans.