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Human Traffic Live has been postponed due to coronavirus

Human Traffic Live has been postponed due to coronavirus

The event series was due to start in May

Human Traffic Live has been postponed.

Due to take place over three weeks between 22nd May and 13th June at London’s Printworks, the immersive Human Traffic Live experience has been postponed indefinitely, following the global outbreak of coronavirus, or COVID-19. The news follows Boris Johnson's announcement during Friday (20th) afternoon's address to the nation that all nightclubs must close with immediate effect, due to the spread of the virus.

Taking to Facebook to post a statement, the team behind Human Traffic Live shared: "It is with a heavy heart that due to circumstances beyond our control, it seems inevitable that the first-ever A Lost Weekend presents Human Traffic Live will need to be postponed.

The healthy and safety of our guests, performers and staff is the most important thing. This is not our time to lose our reality on the dancefloor, it is a time to look after one another and be responsible."

The team added that the "new entertainment genre was designed to change the face of live events," but that "sadly this virus will temporarily do the same thing."

Carl Cox, who was due to make his return as his Pablo Hassan club owner character, also shared a statement, writing that the team "have some very exciting plans for 2021, and Pablo will see you there."

Read the full statement from Human Traffic Live below. 

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