The Country Crossings Music Festival won’t be returning for its third annual bash in July 2019 after officials reportedly failed to pay vendors and contractors hired for the 2018 festival.
A 2019 Oregon country music event set to be headlined by singer Luke Combs has been scrapped.
The Country Crossings Music Festival had been due to return in July for its third annual bash, but officials at Willamette Country Music Concerts have since cancelled the big gig amid reports of financial woes.
According to Oregon’s Mail Tribune, the planned 2019 show was pulled after a number of vendors and contractors hired to work at the 2018 event failed to be paid, despite helping to stage the summer festival, which featured Brad Paisley, Eric Church, and Alan Jackson.
— Mail Tribune (@mailtribune) November 27, 2018
Bosses at Willamette Country Music Concerts are also facing issues with another nearby bash, which Jason Aldean had been booked to headline. Authorities at Oregon’s Linn County Commission have revoked the permit required to hold the Willamette Country Music Festival, leaving the concert, which was scheduled to take place in August, 2019 in jeopardy.