So Pop 2020 has officially announced that it will not proceed as planned due to the brand new COVID-19 policies and measures put in place by the Australian Government.

For anyone excited to get their 2000s-themed nostalgia up and running, and to see the Pussycat Dolls reunited and live on stage, the bad news has arrived that So Pop 2020 is officially cancelled.

The incredibly talented lineup of nostalgic legends from Whigfield to The Pussycat Dolls and even including Smash Mouth were set to hit the stage and grace us all with their incredible hits from the days of old.

You can have a read of the official So Pop announcement below.

To our So Pop fans 💜 It is with a heavy heart that Frontier Touring and Arena Touring announce that So Pop 2020 will not proceed as planned due to COVID-19 policies and measures put in place by the Australian and New Zealand Government.

Tickets purchased online or phone through the official So Pop ticketing agencies will be automatically refunded in full via the relevant ticketing agent to the cardholder. Ticket purchasers should allow approximately 20 business days for refunds to appear in their account and need not take any further action.

For any queries relating to tickets or refunds, please contact Ticketek for the Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth (RAC Arena purchasers) and Christchurch shows or Ticketmaster for the Perth (HBF Stadium purchasers) and Auckland shows.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Pussycat Dolls, Jesse McCartney, Smash Mouth, Whigfield and Steps were slated to lead the charge for this years So Pop and now all we are left with is tears and abstract thoughts of how incredible this event would have been.

Making their hiatus debut and leading the charge for So Pop 2020 were The Pussycat Dolls, who only recently formed back together despite breaking up many years ago.

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