Cancelan festival musical de Las Vegas por clima “peligroso”

Los organizadores del evento de pop-punk cancelaron el espectáculo por consejo del Servicio Meteorológico Nacional y de las autoridades locales

Megan Sheets
sábado 22 octubre 2022 22:44
<p>El festival de música When We Were Young en Las Vegas fue cancelado debido a los fuertes vientos</p>

El festival de música When We Were Young en Las Vegas fue cancelado debido a los fuertes vientos

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Las actuaciones del festival de música When We Were Young en Las Vegas fueron canceladas debido a la preocupación por los fuertes vientos.

Los organizadores del evento pop-punk anunciaron la cancelación de los espectáculos del sábado basándose en los consejos del Servicio Meteorológico Nacional y de las autoridades locales.

“El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional cambió su pronóstico del sábado a una advertencia de vientos fuertes, incluyendo vientos sostenidos peligrosos de 30 a 40 mph [48 a 64 km/h] con posibles ráfagas de 60 mph [97 km/h]”, rezaba el comunicado.

“No tenemos otra opción que cancelar el Festival When We Were Young de hoy. La seguridad de nuestros fans, artistas y personal será siempre nuestra máxima prioridad”.

“No se trata de una decisión tomada a la ligera. Sabemos que muchos de ustedes viajaron a la zona para pasar un día espectacular con sus bandas favoritas y han estado esperando su día durante meses. Estábamos igual de emocionados y estamos desolados por tener que compartir esta noticia”.

El festival seguirá celebrándose como estaba previsto, el domingo y el próximo sábado (29 de octubre), si el tiempo lo permite.

Entre los artistas que no pudieron subir al escenario estaban Paramore, Avril Lavigne, Paramore y Jimmy Eat World.

Los usuarios de Twitter compartieron una serie de reacciones a la cancelación, desde la decepción hasta la burla por el motivo.

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