San Antonio’s biggest party will not happen in 2020.

Fiesta, which was originally delayed until November, has been officially canceled in response to the increase COVID-19 numbers around the city. It will be the first time the event will not take place since World War II, when the event was canceled from 1942-44.

Fiesta, which takes place annually in April, was supposed to take place from Nov. 5-15, but as cases continue to rise in San Antonio, the Fiesta Commission has cancelled the event all together.

The commission is encouraging organizers of each Fiesta event to honor tickets sold for April 2020 for April 2021.

Fiesta has an economic impact of more than $340 million, supports 3,464 full-time equivalent jobs and is attended by about 2.5 million people, according to the Fiesta Commission.

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