The verified Twitter account of the late Queen legend Freddie Mercury has shared a new post and made a recent announcement about the cancellation of upcoming the ‘2020 Freddie Mercury Birthday Party & Freddie Celebration Days.’
Oversees organization for Freddie Mercury events, ‘The Mercury Phoenix Trust,’ announced that Freddie’s Montreux events would not take place this coming September, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In the official statement, the MPT had to make this sad decision by saying that public health is a priority for them. They also promised to do their best to offer people an exceptional event for 2021. Click here for the full details.
Here’s what the page of Freddie Mercury stated:
“Announcement: Official Freddie Mercury Birthday Party & Freddie Celebration Days 2020 Cancellation. the MPT sadly announce that the events in Montreux will not take place this September, due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus.”
A Twitter user named Carmen commented and said:
“That’s too bad, but it just means Freddie’s 75th birthday party will have to be even bigger!”
Another fan named Alan wrote:
“Didn’t think it would be so sad to hear this there’s going to be a lot of Freddie fans disappointed, but it’s for safety and health-wise.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
*Announcement: Official Freddie Mercury Birthday Party & Freddie Celebration Days 2020 Cancellation. @The_MPT sadly announce that the events in Montreux will not take place this September, due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus.
Full Details here: https://t.co/B3PXIa7RiL pic.twitter.com/teWKaoqEsm
— Freddie Mercury (@freddie_mercury) April 30, 2020