The Ultra Music Festival received a demand well the organizers they denied the refunds after it was canceled last March due to the current health crisis.
This is a annual electronic music festival, which also takes place in Santiago de Chile, South Africa, Seoul, Singapore, Split, Shanghai, Bali, Lima, Tokyo, Asunción, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City and Spain.
The lawsuit was issued by two men, Samuel Hernández, from Miami, and Richard Montoure, from Washington state.
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Both filed the suit Tuesday in Miami federal court and are also seeking class action status to obtain full and interest repayments for the thousands of people who bought tickets around the world.
It is worth mentioning that the Ultra Music Festival was programmed for the weekend of March 20 in downtown Miami, Bayfront Park, but due to the patterns of social distancing, it was not possible.
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In early March the state and local government they forbade all major gatherings, festivals, and concerts to prevent the spread of the virus.
Between the artists they were scheduled Presenting at the South Florida event were David Guetta, The Chainsmokers, Afrojack, Cash Cash, Martin Garrix and Galantis.
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After everything became mandatory, the organizers of Ultra announced that they would postpone the festival until the month of March 2021, according to demand.
So instead of offering refunds for those who had already purchased tickets, the organizers offered that could use them for the next festival or that of 2022 although they have not yet been confirmed.
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This lawsuit claims that Ultra is withholding money instead of offering refunds and that is unfair. Although the terms and conditions of the company establish that it reserves the right to not offer refunds If the event is postponed, the lawsuit alleges that the terms are unenforceable and should be canceled.