Fulcrum Festival Postponed to Fall 2018

Wet weather forces cancellation, refunds available

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Fulcrum Festival that had been planned for March 16-17 has been postponed to Fall 2018.

Organizers made the following announcement on their Facebook page:
Due to record rainfall and even more rainfall forecasted by the National Weather Service during the week of the festival, The Fulcrum Festival is forced to postpone until Fall 2018. An immediate refund is available for ticket holders at www.thefulcrum.live/refund

The safety of our guests, performers and crew is our primary concern. We are very sorry for the disappointment and disruption caused to everyone who was looking forward to attending the festival.

Headliners Stephen Marley and PJ Morton have agreed to perform on the rescheduled festival date in September. All other artists who were scheduled to perform have been notified and will be given the opportunity to perform at the new, to be determined date this fall.

The Fulcrum would also like to thank the Davis Ranch for working with us and being flexible with the festival date. They have been a great supporter of The Fulcrum.

We look forward to seeing everyone this Fall!

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