STS9's Re:Generation 2012 Festival CANCELLED
- By Nick Rhodes
- Published on May 09, 2012
According to STS9's official website and Facebook and the official Re:Generation Facebook, the 2012 edition of the festival has been canceled. The festival, hosted by STS9, was set to take place June 21 to 24 at Horning's Hideout in North Plains, Oregon.
Here's the message posted on both networks:
"We regret to announce that 2012's Re:Generation Festival has been cancelled.
All customers who have purchased tickets will automatically receive a full refund, which will be issued to the card used on the original order or payment.
The refund process is underway, and you should see the credit within the next 5-7 days, if not sooner.
If you do not see the credit by May 18 then please contact us via email,
or phone, 888-512-SHOW.
We are sorry, and thank you all for your support of STS9!"
No word on why the festival has been canceled. Re:Generation debuted in 2007 in North Carolina and returned in 2011 after a three-year hiatus. This year, Umphrey's McGee, Ghostland Observatory, Big Gigantic, MiM0SA and Papadosio were set to perform. Last year's festival the livetronica quintet was joined by Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, Big Gigantic and Lotus.
STS9 is still set to play The Hangout, Electric Forest, High Sierra and Gathering of the Vibes this summer. We'll bring you more details as they're made available.
For those of you who now have a void in your festival calendar, Colorado's Sonic Bloom is a pretty solid alternative.