In a statement released Thursday, organizers said the decision to postpone was taken following a meeting with officials from local authorities and partner agencies.
They said he was currently unsure of hosting the event and with a “heavy heart” they had no choice but to postpone.
The decision to cancel was made as it was considered a higher risk than any other event currently planned in Scotland.
The statement said: âWe fully understand that this will be a major disappointment for our loyal 40,000 ticket holders who are planning their trip to Edinburgh for the Halloween weekend.
“With festivals and events now taking place across the country, this decision is particularly hard to bear, but we have to stay strong and hold out for another five months for what will be the biggest and most incredible Terminal V to date. . “
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All tickets for this month’s event will automatically transfer to the new date of Easter 2022.
An announcement is expected later today on a smaller event that was cleared to take place at the Edinburgh O2 Academy on the weekend of November 12, with priority tickets expected to be available for Terminal V ticket holders .