This year's Longitude festival won't be going ahead.
The festival in Dublin's Marlay Park was due to take place from July 2nd to 4th, with acts such as Kendrick Lamar, Tyler the Creator, Megan Thee Stallion and A$AP Rocky announced.
However, organisers now say it has become clear they simply won't be able to make Longitude happen this year due to ongoing restrictions.
Refunds will be processed over the next few days.
— Longitude Festival (@longitudefest) May 10, 2021
Festival organisers say the event will take place next year from July 1st to 3rd, and it will be "the biggest and best one yet".
Arts and Culture Minister Catherine Martin has said she hopes to have trial live music events by July at the latest.
Organisers of some other major festivals - including Electric Picnic in September - say they're still hoping to go ahead later this year.