The 2020 Ozy Fest has been cancelled by the organizers based on the continuing issues surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic. Refunds or re-allocations of tickets can be found on the website linked in this listing.
The OZY Fest is here in NYC’s beautiful Central Park. Check out the website linked in this listing to see if this event is something that’s up your alley.
Dear OZY Fest 2020 ticket holder — We hope you are staying safe and well during this unprecedented year.
The world has changed beyond recognition since we first announced the lineup for OZY Fest 2020, and so unfortunately this year’s event will be postponed to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic. OZY has been working closely with the City of New York to find a new date in 2021 for our one-of-a-kind festival of music, comedy, food and ideas next summer, which will be announced in due course.
All ticket holders have the option between rolling over their ticket to 2021, or receiving a full refund. If you wish for your tickets to rollover to 2021, please click here to follow the rollover instructions from our official ticketing vendor, Front Gate Tickets. All rollovers must be claimed by Friday, July 10, at 11.59pm ET. Continue reading Ozy Fest 2020 Cancelled By Organizers Amid Coronavirus Concerns→
The Press Release:
OZY Media announced today that their flagship festival experience OZY Fest will be returning to New York City for a one-day event on July 25, 2020. The event will take place on the Great Lawn in Central Park that serves as the heart of the city. Tickets for the event are available now.
Headliners confirmed for this year include musician Miguel, TV personalities Tan France and Karamo Brown, comedians Dulcé Sloan and Tig Notaro, politicians Andrew Yang, Dan Crenshaw, Julián Castro and John Kasich, and chef Marcus Samuelsson, as well as activist Gloria Steinem, author Chelsea Clinton, actress Jameela Jamil, and sports stars Baker Mayfield, Amy Purdy and Alex Rodriguez. Additional artists and personalities to be announced in the coming weeks.
“OZY Fest is the IRL actualization of all that is OZY, think TED meets Coachella,” said Carlos Watson, CEO and co-founder of OZY Media. “Our goal is to bring culture to life for a day and inspire curiosity in everyone so they can engage more fully with the world around them.” Continue reading OZY Fest Returns To NYC On July 25th→