All Roads Music Festival announced on Facebook yesterday that they will not be going forward with their annual 2-day indie music festival for 2021.

The festival's Facebook page posted on Thursday announcing that they are looking forward to the festival coming back to Belfast in 2022 as well as sharing their future festival dates of May 20th and May 21st.  They also mention that there are changes in store for the next All Roads Music Festival to come:

With recent positive updates on the timing of expanded capacity for gathering and with the momentum on increased vaccination, we are excited to focus on bringing the All Roads Music Festival back to Belfast in 2022! We have a lot of optimism from our stakeholders, sponsors, venues and performing artists. Although it will be a different festival when we return, we are excited to share some cool new additions and exciting changes to our festival as soon as we are able!
Thank you all for your continued support of the Fest and for local, independent music!
Last year, the All Road's Music Festival was scheduled to take place in May then rescheduled for September.  The festival put out an artist curated 'quarantine playlist' on Spotify of the artists that were to play the festival as well as hosted live streamed events of live performances via Facebook Live.  In June, the festival announced that it would cancel the 2020 festival due to ongoing pandemic concerns and state mandated restrictions.
All Road's Music Festival started in 2015 and typically takes place annually in mid-May. The music festival features 2 days of live music enjoyed throughout the town of Belfast and is one of the only festivals in the State of Maine that highlights local and regional artists in indie rock, folk, pop bluegrass and indie folk artists and other related indie acts.

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