Bentley cancels Seven Peaks over COVID capacity restrictions
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Bentley cancels Seven Peaks over COVID capacity restrictions

Monday, July 12, 2021 – Dierks Bentley's Seven Peaks Music Festival, set for September in Colorado, is being cancelled due to COVID-19 issues.

The concert began selling tickets before the festival was approved. Chaffee County, Col. Officials did not lift capacity restrictions, leading to the cancellation.

This would have been the third year of the festival, which was canceled last year due to COVID-19.

"I am so sorry to announce that we are going to have to cancel 7P this year," Bentley said on Instagram. "I really could not be more bummed out about it. We tried everything to make it happen, but Chaffee County has decided against lifting capacity restrictions."

"It cannot be overstated how much time, thought, effort and energy has gone into gearing up for the festival for this year."

"Together we built something very special, and it's going to be a big celebration when our. 7P family is together again. We will be back!"

The festival was slated for Labor Day weekend in Buena Vista, Col. for three days. Keith Urban, Kip Moore, Old Crow Medicine Show, Randy Houser, Travis Denning, Ingrid Andress, Caitlyn Smith, Hailey Whitters, Callista Clark, Payton Smith, Clay Walker, Reyna Roberts and Pam Tillis were slated to appear.

Passes will be refunded within 30 days back to the original form of payment.

Promoters are looking for a new venue to hold the 2022 festival.

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