California's BEYOND THE MOUNTAIN Festival Cancelled

The Beyond the Mountain festival, which was slated to take place on August 27-28 at the Roosevelt Bowl at Perris Hills Park in San Bernadino, California, has been cancelled "due to financial restraints," according to a posting on the web site of Columbus, Ohio's JACOBS DREAM (one of the scheduled performers at the event). "The promoters of the fest, as well as the bands that were schedualed to perform, are very dissapointed that it had to come to this," the posting adds. "However, the promoters also stated that they may try to hold the show at a later date and possibly a different location.

"We apologize for this unfortunate inconvenience. Those who had already purchased tickets may have their money refunded."

In addition to JACOBS DREAM, the Beyond the Mountain festival was scheduled to feature performances from TOURNIQUET, WHITECROSS, ONCE DEAD, DELIVERANCE, HOLY SOLDIER and BARREN CROSS, among others.

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