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The last time we talked to Jon Stephens, CEO and founder of the brand new TimeScape music festival, the event was given a green light. In fact, we haven't been told directly that the festival, slated to take over Globe Life Park next month, is cancelled. But apparently some of the bands have.

[UPDATE June 26 at 1:52 p.m.: TimeScape posted on Facebook the event is cancelled "as a result of a combination of unfavorable circumstances, including underwhelming ticket sales and unexpected lineup changes that are out of our control." Anyone who purchased a ticket will receive a full refund in the next 48 hours, the fest added.]

Thursday, the electronic music minds behind headlining act STRFKR told fans on Instagram that TimeScape "got canceled on us." STRFKR and Giraffage, which was also on the TimeScape bill, have been rescheduled to play Trees in Deep Ellum on July 18, the day the fest is/was scheduled to take place.

TimeScape is billed as an immersive music festival with three different stages, each with an accompanying ambiance ranging from chill downtempo DJs to upbeat "avant-garde" live bands, Stephens said in our previous conversation. After making its debut in North Texas, TimeScape planned to make appearances in five to 10 other cities this year, including Salt Lake City on September 26.

None of the other bands booked to play, such as RJD2 and Tokimonsta, have announced changes to their tour schedules; however, Tokimonsta's website says she will be in China on July 18.

We have inquiries in with Stephens as well as Globe Life Park and will keep you updated with news about TimeScape festival.

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