The producer of the Atlantic City Coffee and Tea Festival, Starfish Junction Productions, has confirmed that the festival, scheduled to be held November 3rd and 4th, has been postponed due to the devastating and lasting effects of Hurricane Sandy. A future date has not been scheduled yet.
Starfish Junction event manager, Kristyn Noren, has stated “fter great deliberation with the venue staff at Bally’s Atlantic City and the event production staff here at Starfish Junction, we have decided that due to the significant safety concerns and travel obstacles created by Hurricane Sandy it is in the best interest of everyone involved to postpone the Coffee and Tea Festival. By doing this we will ensure that everyone involved, including our partners, sponsors, volunteers, and attendees will be safe.”
Noren expects to make a rescheduled date announcement within the next few weeks. Any new updates will be posted on The Coffee and Tea Festival’s Facebook page. You can also visit www.coffeeandteafestival.com for more information and updates.
Noren further states “We know that this hurricane has devastated many in our host community and throughout the northeast. We wish all the businesses and homeowners impacted by Hurricane Sandy a swift and full recovery.”