PRODUCTION ONE Ltd has cancelled the 18th edition of its Jazz Artists on the Greens, originally scheduled for March 28, 2020.
"It can't happen as we will normally have it," Rolf Doyle, a director of the company told Newsday.
"We are working on having something virtually. We haven't come up with the exact thing yet, but we are working on something."
He said a number of people have been asking about it but, "We are constrained by the covid19 restrictions."
Doyle said the logistics of the virtual will have to be carefully worked out.
"We had planned to have people out of France and even Guadeloupe, so getting everyone together virtually will take some work. It's not an impossible task but we just have to work out the logistics," Doyle said.
He said Production One had considered rescheduling the event to a new date at the end of the first quarter of 2021, but that is no longer an option.
"In a previous release, it was advised that the event would be rescheduled to a new date and that admission tickets, which were already purchased for the 18th edition would be valid for use at the postponed event. But considering the continuing restrictions and constraints posed in the wake of the ongoing covid19 pandemic, the event has been cancelled and patrons are advised that admission tickets to the 18th edition of Jazz Artists on the Greens, will no longer be considered valid."
He said patrons can contact the person or authorised ticket outlet from which they originally purchased their tickets for a refund. Redemptions of tickets will end on February 26.
The event usually takes place at the WASA compound, Farm Road St Joseph and features local, regional and international jazz artistes.