The failed Ontario Roxodus Festival, which cancelled the event last minute, is now auctioning a variety of items including music equipment, tents, a fire truck, and more, according to Kitchener Today.
The festival got cancelled in July, just a few days before bringing iconic acts like Aerosmith, Nickelback, Kid Rock, and Lynyrd Skynyrd to Clearview, Ontario. Roxodus Festival was cancelled after organizing company MF Live Inc. filed for bankruptcy.
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Now, several different items are up for sale, including a fire track, 14 new glamping tents, clothing, promotional items, professional cameras, and even commercial kitchen equipment. In fact, there are even two Nottingham Analogue turntables, which are valued at more than $50,000 new.
The online-only “non-reserve” auction was launched on Thursday, and will run all the way until Tuesday, and items for sale can be viewed in person at 385 Dundas Street North in Cambridge on both Friday and Monday.