Organizers have pulled the plug on this year’s planned Clarendon Day celebration.
For the second year in the row, one of Arlington’s biggest street festivals will not be happening. The Clarendon Alliance, which organizes the fall event, made the announcement yesterday.
We regret to inform the community that we have canceled Clarendon Day for 2021.
A compressed production timeline, increased costs, staffing changes, and the ongoing concern of Covid-19 and the delta variant make the viability of an event at this scale too risky.
Watch for more great programming on a smaller scale. We all continue to bring our community together and celebrate all that Clarendon has to offer!
The event is expected to return in the fall of 2022.
More than 1,000 people had already said on Facebook that they planned to attend Clarendon Day, which was scheduled for Sept. 25. It would have featured “several music stages, a large kid’s area, arts and crafts vendors, business and nonprofit exhibitors from Clarendon and the region, plenty of great food from local and regional restaurants, craft beers and Virginia wines, and more.”
Coronavirus cases have started rising both locally and nationally, though numbers remain relatively low in Arlington.
Other outdoor community events, like the Bands & Brews on the Boulevard event in Ballston next weekend, are still on at last check.
Hat tip to @clarendonnights
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