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The first edition of the Borneo Music Festival Live (BMFL) 2020 would’ve taken place in Sarawak, Malaysia, last weekend but the COVID-19 pandemic, unfortunately, thwarted the plan.

It has not been cancelled, though no new dates have been set. It is only stated on BMFL 2020’s social media that it is “being postponed until the situation gets better”.

After confirming last month that the event was no longer going to be held on 10 to 11 April, the organisers have recently started the refund process for ticketholders who wish to get their money back.
Request for refund is open until this 26 April (Sunday). The refund steps and form can be found on BMFL 2020’s Facebook. 
Many are commenting that even though they were looking forward to attending the event, they were also worried that they might not be able to accommodate the yet-to-be-announced new dates in their future schedules.
BMFL 2020 is just one of the many events of the year that had to be shifted to later dates, as large gatherings and long distance travelling are discouraged at the moment to prevent further spread of the virus that has to date claimed 126,681 lives worldwide.