Festival [noun]

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Another Goldenvoice festival, the country-music-oriented Stagecoach, was also delayed.

While 2020 has been a veritable festival for the financing vehicle, with over $32 billion raised so far, some venture capitalists that Term Sheet has spoken to have voiced doubts about the structure.

Now the restaurant is in limbo as the town decides whether or not to cancel this year’s pumpkin festival.

Held every June, Columbus Pride is a three-day event that includes a parade, festival, and Pride brunch.

The festival awards a Golden Bear for the best film and a series of Silver Bears, which until this year included best actor and best actress honors.

Not wanting to lose out on the content, audience or revenue, the publisher is following suit with many others and turning the festival virtual.

Glastonbury, the UK’s leading music festival, is also getting in on the act, planning a virtual festival for July 3 and 4 with a VR option as a replacement for the real thing.

While there will still be parades and festivals, the scope of these events will be extremely limited.

Many of these work uniforms were only put on during major festivals and were not utilized on a day to day basis.

Signer Costa was at the Festival in 1829, and he afterwards appeared on the stage at the Royal.