Roxodus Fest blames the rain for drowning it

“Hair in the Fair” also shedding acts

To our Roxodus Family, ⁠

During the past couple of months, our venue at Edenvale Airport has battled tremendous rainy weather that has impacted our ability to produce the festival.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of the Roxodus Music Festival this year.
Our team has worked tirelessly to find a solution in which the show can go on but unfortunately, we could not make it happen this year.
Our dream of producing a ‘once in a lifetime experience’ has been put on hold as we take the much-needed time to nurture our venue into a premier landmark in Ontario.
We sincerely thank all of the artists, sponsors, partners, and neighbors who have supported us from the very beginning.
The embrace from our community has meant the world to us and we hope to one day see our dream come to life. ⁠
Information about ticket refunds will be released shortly.⁠

The Roxodus Team
July 3, 2019

Tremendous rainy weather” is blamed for the cancellation of a four-day concert of classic rock all-stars. Roxodus had been booked for the Edenvale Airport in Clearview, Ontario—admissions were even offered by helicopter.

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A concurrent festival of vintage hair-metal acts, at the Niagara Regional Exhibition, had most of its headliners drop out. The organizers of “Hair in the Fair” want to salvage a quieter concert, rather than give refunds to everyone.

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