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KAABOO Cayman organisers say ticket holders for the cancelled 2020 festival should expect to see their money refunded in the next two weeks.
Musician Derrick McKay was typical of those reacting to Sunday’s announcement that KAABOO Cayman 2020 had been cancelled.
Following weeks of rumour and speculation, officials have announced that the largest music festival in Cayman’s history is a one-off.
KAABOO Cayman organisers say they plan to announce the lineup and dates for their February music festival in the coming weeks.
The Department of Tourism sponsored the music festival KAABOO for US$50,000 in February, Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell said on Friday in Legislative Assembly.
I think it was when I read the reports of passes selling out, coupled with my fear of missing out, that I caved and bought my Royal Palm access ticket. The Royal Palm passes sold out two days later.
Suckerbox signed a contract for the Del Mar spot last week, but had to keep it a secret until the official announcement on Thursday, which turned into a busy day.
The ticket fiasco that frustrated many festivalgoers who tried to take advantage of a pre-sale for KAABOO 2020 tickets last week, should soon be rectified, the company’s chief brand and marketing officer Jason Felts said late Tuesday.
KAABOO Cayman organizers said too many people trying to buy tickets for next year’s festival overloaded its online systems on Thursday.
A woman who performed at KAABOO Cayman over the past weekend appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday, when she pleaded guilty to possession of a small quantity of ganja.
Around 75 chapter members and guests gathered on the rooftop of the newly renovated Beach Suites on Seven Mile Beach for Friday’s discussion with the Grammy Award-winning duo in advance of their Saturday performance at KAABOO.
Cayman attorney Natasha Hernandez is one of many KAABOO Cayman attendees who was sorry she waited to buy her pass for the event and ended up paying more.
There were those who scoffed at Virgin Produced’s ambition to pull off the “biggest live entertainment event ever on Cayman,” when it was first announced in February last year, but there is no question that the festival delivered on its promise of an outstanding “curated” experience for a discerning clientele.
Heavy rain on Thursday forced KAABOO officials to postpone a VIP “sneak peek” event scheduled for that same evening. But the festival will go ahead as planned.
KAABOO Cayman has released setlists for both days of the upcoming festival, Feb. 15-16, as well as announcing transportation plans for concertgoers.
This February, Grand Cayman is giving visitors yet another reason to rejoice upon arrival. The first KAABOO Cayman is fast approaching (Feb. 15 and 16) and local and international guests alike are squaring up to dive into this multi-sensory, two-day escape.
Officials with the KAABOO Cayman festival have announced that no tickets will be on sale at the Feb. 15-16 event.
An artist creates a giant painting while standing inside a cherry picker on Saturday.
The KAABOO organizers are keen to include local talent on the bill, and to that end, have put out a call for performing artists and bands to apply for a spot on stage. This is their chance to play a 30-minute set of their original music in front of thousands of people.
The field of performers for the first KAABOO Cayman event was announced on Tuesday, and it will be headlined by The Chainsmokers, Duran Duran and electro house music artist Zedd.
The KAABOO Cayman festival has announced plans to donate some of its proceeds to local nonprofit agencies on the island.
A crowd of about 150 people attended a KAABOO kickoff event on Thursday night at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa’s Tiki Beach.