Guy Fieri’s much-anticipated Flavortown Music Festival, scheduled for June 1 and 2 in Columbus, Ohio, has been unfortunately canceled. The festival was set to showcase headliners Greta Van Fleet and Kane Brown, along with performances by Bret Michaels, LOCASH, and Niko Moon. Attendees were also promised a wide array of food options from both local Columbus vendors and national favorites.

In a statement to NBC4 in Columbus, a spokesperson attributed the cancellation to unforeseen circumstances, expressing gratitude to fans for their understanding and support. Despite tickets already being on sale, organizers have promised full refunds to all ticket holders.

Upon announcing the festival last November, Fieri, who has roots in Columbus, shared his excitement for the event, calling it the official launch of Flavortown Fest. He promised two days of incredible music, top-notch chefs, delicious food from across the country, and an abundance of fun. Though the festival won’t be happening this year, fans can still look forward to potentially experiencing Flavortown in the future.

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