Railbird Festival set to return to Keeneland in 2021; date pushed back one week
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Live music is making a comeback.
Railbird is returning to Keeneland.
Organizers canceled the two-day music festival last year, because of the pandemic.
This year, the festival was initially set to take place on August 20th and 21st, back has since been moved back one week to the weekend of Saturday, August 28th and Sunday, August 29th.
If you are to go on the new weekend, there’s no need to do anything. Your tickets are already valid for the new dates. If you would like a refund for your ticket, you have until Monday, April 26th at Midnight ET to make your request.
REQUESTING A REFUND: If you wish to request a refund for your 2020 ticket purchase, you can do so by following the directions below:
- Visit this site and Select “SIGN IN” at the top of the page to log into your Front Gate Tickets account
- Select order history under the “Your Account” tab on the top navigation bar
- Select “View Order Detail” on the order number you wish to have refunded
- Click the “Request Refund” button on the top of your order details.
We do know Jason Isbell, Maren Morris and Tanya Tucker were some of the guests scheduled to perform last year.
More than 30,000 people attended the first Railbird Festival in 2019.
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