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Announcement from Mammoth Brewing Company

25th Mammoth Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza Is Postponed to August 5–8, 2021

April 8, 2020
 
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected everyone, and like all of you, we have been hoping that we would see improvement, even some resolution in the coming weeks. We have been closely monitoring the situation, and even though the festival is still several months away, we feel it is better to be proactive with a smart decision now rather than wavering until later this summer. Therefore, we are making the responsible decision to postpone the 25th Bluesapalooza to August 5–8, 2021.
 
As the largest ticketed event in the Eastern Sierra, this is not a decision we took lightly, since many local businesses rely on the tourism that Bluesapalooza visitors provide. However, after meeting with local officials and monitoring the updates from local, state and federal authorities, we felt a rescheduled date was in the best interest of all parties.
 
On the bright side, we are pushing forward by booking more incredible bands, brewers and vendors for the festival in 2021. Bluesapalooza is more than a music and beer festival—it’s a community of friends who celebrate life and the great outdoors. And now more than ever, we need to press pause, reconnect with loved ones, and do our part to reduce the spread of the virus. Together, we will be Patient, we will Persevere, and we will Party Together… in 2021!
 
Those of you that have already purchased your tickets, please note that they will automatically roll over to the 2021 festival. You are good to go and there is nothing you need to do. If circumstances exist that do not allow you to attend the festival in 2021, you have until May 18th, 2020 to request a special circumstance refund.
 
For those of you who have not purchased tickets, please visit www.mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/tickets while they are still at this year’s pricing. Tickets are transferable so if for some reason you are unable to attend in 2021, you can pass your tickets on to another craft beer or blues lover.

For more festival information, questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us:

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Summer in the Mammoth Lakes Sierra is one of the most beautiful times and places on the planet, and there is no better time to visit than Bluesapalooza weekend, August 5–8, 2021.
 
We are all looking forward to getting life back to normal. It is you, our loyal attendees who purchase tickets each year, who have kept the party going. We thank you everyone for your continued support of this beloved festival.
 
Sean Turner and the Bluesapalooza Team

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