Morning storms in St. Louis have caused a delay in the start of the highly anticipated Evolution Festival. Attendees were disappointed to learn that the gates, which were originally scheduled to open at 2 p.m., had been pushed back to 3 p.m. due to the unfavorable weather conditions.
Organizers of the festival made the announcement and updated the schedule at approximately 1:30 p.m., leaving festival-goers scrambling to adjust their plans accordingly. The first act, Punk Lady Apple, was scheduled to kick off the festival at 3 p.m., followed by Modern English at 3:35 p.m. However, due to the unforeseen delay, these opening acts will now take the stage at 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. respectively.
Despite the setback, festival organizers have reworked the schedule to ensure that all the anticipated performances will still take place. The updated lineup includes performances by Punk Lady Apple, The Knuckles, Sugarhill Gang, Nikki Lane, Modern English, Cautious Clay, Brittany Howard, Black Crowes, and Black Keys. Attendees can still expect a sensational musical experience, albeit slightly delayed.
The impact of the morning storms on the overall start times of the festival is currently unclear. However, organizers are working diligently to minimize any further disruptions and ensure that the event proceeds as smoothly as possible. They are closely monitoring the weather conditions and making every effort to keep attendees informed of any changes or additional delays.
Despite the initial setback, festival-goers can take solace in the fact that the Evolution Festival is a two-day event, with performances also scheduled for Sunday. This means that even if the start of Saturday’s festivities has been impacted, attendees will still have another full day of musical entertainment to look forward to.
As attendees eagerly await the gates to finally open at 3 p.m., they remain hopeful that the storms will not dampen the spirit of the Evolution Festival. With an impressive lineup and a strong determination to keep the show going, organizers are confident that this delay will not overshadow what promises to be an unforgettable weekend of music and camaraderie.
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