Organizers behind Toronto’s JFL42 have cancelled this year’s in-person festival, which was set to take place from September 24th to October 3rd.
The 9th edition of the comedy festival won’t be taking place in person, but it appears they may be hosting some sort of virtual event.
This postponement includes Trevor Noah’s show Sorry, Not Sorry now set for Oct 2, 2021. BUT DON’T GET TOO SAD! We are currently working on totally awesome alternative plans for 2020 and will have an exciting announcement to share in the coming weeks. WATCH THIS SPACE! pic.twitter.com/KuDf8yOzfk
— JFL42 (@JFL42) July 7, 2020
“We had hoped for a different outcome and are so disappointed that we are all subject to this extraordinary context,” a statement reads. “While we are not moving forward with the festival in its current format, we believe that 2020 demands a new plan for us to continue to entertain and bring laughter during these unprecedented times. We are currently working on these new plans and will have an exciting announcement to share in the coming weeks.”
JFL42 has announced that its 2021 festival will run from September 23rd to October 3rd, and Trevor Noah’s headlining show will now take place on October 2nd, 2021.
Lead photo courtesy of Hayden Schiff.