Covid 19 has canceled all major festivals across the world. However, it sounds like one festival in Wisconsin was created because of the deadly virus.
“Herd Immunity Fest” the overwhelmingly underwhelming 2-day festival featuring some of nu-metals least popping names, including Static X, Sponge, Flaw, and Saving Abel took place this past weekend.
Although many artists on the bill, smartly, backed out, the show, much like Coronavirus, goes on. Fans in attendence were asked to socially distance and wear a mask, but it appears that there was little to no responsible activity taken place at “Herd Immunity Fest.” Shocking, eh?
The festival, which didn’t boast Coachella or Lollapalooza numbers, actually asked fans to come out to the venue early, to help set up.
Stereogum reports: “As of last week, there were 326 positive coronavirus cases in Marathon County, where the festival took place. Two people have died.”