Full Tilt Festival's Adelaide Concert Cancelled Due To COVID Restrictions

A week after having to postpone their Brisbane leg to autumn (29 April), today Full Tilt Festival have been forced to cancel the Adelaide concert due to the South Australian Government's current COVID restrictions.

Event organisers had been working to present a COVID-safe festival by following the guidelines that had been set to come into place 28 December in-line with the SA Government's 90 per cent vaccinated reopening plan.

However, with the reintroduction of certain restrictions (including a ban on dancing, mandatory seated audiences plus outdoor gathering limitations) Full Tilt organisers have lost faith with the SA Government.

"We simply can't run Full Tilt in a seated format," promoter Chris O’Brien says, "and a postponement into a time where we have zero confidence in the state government to remain true to their word has forced this decision.

"We are devastated for the artists, contractors, crew and event staff who will all miss out on the income, many of whom have barely worked since March 2020.

"We are also gutted for the thousands of fans that have purchased tickets and were looking forward to Full Tilt." All Full Tilt ticket holders will be refunded in full.

The festival was scheduled to take place at Adelaide Showground 29 January featuring Northlane, In Hearts Wake, Thy Art Is Murder, Frenzal Rhomb, Luca Brasi, Slowly Slowly and a stack more.



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