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Bon Iver's Mexican Vacation Festival, Days Have No Numbers, Canceled

Just 10 days after being announced, Bon Iver's festival has been scrapped
Bon Iver Days Have No Numbers Festival

Just 10 days after announcing it, Bon Iver is already canceling his destination festival in Mexico early next year, Days Have No Numbers. Bon Iver, who would play three shows, headlined the festival and then Sylvan Esso, Poliça, Francis and the Lights and others would join him.

The website is blank except for a statement saying the event has been canceled and refunds are coming.

“This event has been cancelled and full refunds are being issued automatically to all booked guests. Refunds will appear in 5-7 business days. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.”

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It seemed like a reach to have Bon Iver try and headline a destination festival in Mexico at a resort. He toured heavily last year, but has been a bit quieter in 2017. The event was slated to take place in Riviera Maya, Mexico from January 21-25. 

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