Chicano Batman, one of the bands initially slated to perform at the Kind Music Festival in Desert Hot Springs in February, will no longer be playing, according to event organizers.
They announced the band’s scheduling issue-related departure from the Feb. 23 show in a tweet on Jan. 7, saying that they planned to get a replacement act soon.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen scheduling issues, Chicano Batman will no longer be able to perform during KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL. A replacement act will be announced soon; please stay tuned for further details at https://t.co/vDz9X1Ms1h
— Kind Festival (@kindmusicfest) January 8, 2019
The festival, which will be taking place at the future site of the Tyson Ranch Resort, was announced in late December as an all-ages music festival that embraces California’s updated cannabis regulations.
But officials from the city of Desert Hot Springs later said that the event is approved only as a concert, and not as a cannabis consumption event.
For more information, visit kindmusicfestival.com.
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