In what appears to be an unfortunate circumstance for the organizers and audience members of Digital Dreams, the first day of the festival has been cancelled due to weather conditions and public safety concerns.
At 2:05PM ET, Digital Dreams announced that the first day of the festival cannot go on as Toronto’s weather conditions seemed to be worsening, with a thunderstorm expected sometime in the evening, when most of the festival’s main acts would be up on stage. The bad weather was anticipated a week prior to the festival, but things took a turn for the worst when the weather conditions escalated, and showed a 100% chance of rainfall the entire day.
Anyone who purchased single day tickets for Saturday will be available to claim a full refund at the point of purchase, and any two day weekend passes will be refunded at 50% and will still be valid for entry on Sunday.
The festival is still scheduled to continue as planned on Sunday, June 28, with acts such as Zedd, Martin Garrix, Adventure Club, Pete Tong, Excision, Alvin Risk, AMTRAC, Arty, Showtek, Flux Pavilion and many more.