The second edition of Musilac Mont-Blanc has not been as successful as expected.
Because of the unfavourable weather, the festival did not reach the desired attendance in 2019.
But the bad weather, described by the director of the intercommunal tourist office of the Chamonix Valley, Nicolas Durochat, as "wind and rain that turned the field into a mud field", was not the only reason why Musilac Mont-Blanc did not reach its full potential in 2019.
Frédéric Charpail, CEO of Morgane Events, the company which was said to organize Musilac Mont-Blanc as of 2020, thinks that there were also flaws in the programming of this year's edition of Musilac Mont-Blanc. Primarily, he believes that the line-up should have been more international.
And Musilac Mont-Blanc 2020 is cancelled, as the organizers wish to take a break to give themselves time.
"After a broad overview of the different possibilities, it appears that we are not able to propose programming adapted to the editorial line of the first two editions", reports the press release of the office of inter-communal tourism of the Chamonix valley.
See you in 2021 "with an adjusted model taking more into account the scheduling constraints of an event in April before the summer tours" (Le Dauphine).