2018 “Louder than Life” Festival Canceled Due To Flooding And Excessive Rain

The “Louder Than Life” Festival was canceled Monday due to rain-related flooding at the venue, Champions Park in Louisville, Kentucky. According to a statement released by the event organizers, a full refund for all ticket, official hotel, and camping package purchases will be given. The festival which was supposed to run Friday through Sunday, but has been canceled by the company citing safety issues due to flooding. In a statement released on the website of the festival, the company said it came to a decision after inspecting the ground and infrastructure of the park. “It is with deep regret that we inform you that this weekend’s Louder Than Life festival has been canceled due to unsafe conditions resulting from ongoing rain and flooding at the festival site — Champions Park.” the statement said.“ The organizers added, “We will be back next year even bigger and better, and look forward to continuing our relationship with our incredible fans and this great city.”   Louder Than Life was to include headliners such as Nine Inch Nails, Alice In Chains and Godsmack, and in total was expected to have 51 bands playing in three stages. More than 100,000 fans were expected for the fifth consecutive year of the festival.

This Year’s LOUDER THAN LIFE Festival Has Been Canceled

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