Miley Cyrus, and other acts like The Racounters, have announced that they will no longer be appearing at the Woodstock 50 anniversary festival.

The lineup for the festival was announced in March with headliners The Killers, Chance The Rapper, Halsey and more.

The event was originally going to take place in Watkins Glen, New York between August 16-18, but with various permits being denied the event couldn’t take place. It was announced that there would be an alternative show on August 16 at Rapids Theatre in Niagra Falls, New York, but this conflicts with many artists appearance.

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The festival has lost other notable acts such as Jay-Z, Dead & Company, The Black Keys and John Fogerty, who played at Woodstock ’69.

“John Fogerty knows where he will be for the Anniversary weekend of Woodstock. At only one site…At the original one- the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts,” said Forgety’s management in a statement to Billboard.