The Seattle area festival pulled the plug after 'key artist cancellations.'
End of the Rainbow, the Seattle-area festival created by Live Nation as a replacement for the longrunning Sasquatch Festival, has been cancelled.
First reported by Consequence of Sound, the demise of End of the Rainbow at Washington's famous Gorge Amphitheatre comes two months before the May 24-26 festival was slated to take place.
Bassnectar was to headline two sets at the EDM and hip-hop heavy event, which also featured artists Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, STS9, Gogol Bordello and Vic Mensa. On Friday, Ticketmaster sent out an email to ticketholders announcing the festival had been postponed to an "undetermined date" and that refunds would be issued to fans who bought tickets.