Fall Line Fest 2015 Has Been Canceled

FLF_Logo_300Here’s some sad news to report.

Fall Line Fest, the two-day music festival that brought in acts like Big Freedia, The Hold Steady and Death as well as a number of local bands, will not take place this year according to festival organizers. The all-volunteer run event was originally scheduled to take place November 6-7.

From the press release:

Due to limited time and funding, this year’s Fall Line Fest will not take place. We’d like to thank our volunteers; the participating venues, bands, restaurants, and galleries; the city of Richmond; our sponsors; and, of course, all of the attendees for their support over the past two years. It’s been an honor bringing over 100 bands to nine different venues, hosting awesome community-built art projects, and highlighting just some of the excellent food found in this town. None of it would have been possible without the hard work of our all-volunteer board and amazing network of supporters.

While the 2015 Fall Line Fest will not take place, you can still help us achieve the primary goal of the festival: to fill and support Richmond’s venues, restaurants, and galleries. RVA has–and will continue to have–excellent and innovative music, food, and art. Go out and enjoy it!

Early Bird ticket purchasers will be refunded by 07/17/15. Please contact info@falllinefest.com with questions.

-Fall Line Fest

Very sad news. Hopefully this event can come back in some form in the future.

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