Earlier this week, Kid Cudi took to Twitter to announce the unfortunate news, telling fans, “I know you guys wanted an outdoor festival, and so did I, but the city wouldn’t approve it.” In the midst of the city declining the festival, Kid Cudi attempted to move the it to an arena in Cleveland. When he asked his fans how they felt about this venue, Cudi said, “I know you guys weren’t feelin it.”
Cleveland Mayor Justin M. Bibb has been in contact with Cudi since his initial post in an effort to come to an agreement for this year. The event has been postponed, but Cudi has promised to bring it back the following year at an outdoor venue close to Cleveland, offering fans a full refund.
In his announcement of the cancellation on Twitter, Cudi confirms that the festival will be back next year and that he is hoping to retain the artists from this year’s lineup, including Lil Uzi Vert, $uicide Boy$ and Coi Leray.
Kid Cudi still wants his fans input on the venue options for next year as the options of hosting the festival in the city seems unlikely to be approved. Cudi reassured his fans in his announcement, signing off by saying, “Moon Man’s Landing is not dead! And we will find a better place for you all to have an epic time at. Promise. Big bro got you.” The potential venue for next year could be over an hour outside of Cleveland, but for a great lineup and an epic festival like Moon Man’s Landing, it is likely many fans would be willing to make the journey.