Australian festival Woodstock Music Festival 2017 to continue as planned

Woodstock, Australia’s music festival, is due to resume as planned on Monday as part of its annual year-end celebration.

The Woodstock festival has been cancelled, after organisers of the festival said that they had found the site of a “laser blast” at a music festival in the town of Woomera, about 80km (50 miles) east of Brisbane.

Australian media reported that the laser blast had occurred on Saturday afternoon, and police were investigating the cause.

“We would like to thank everyone for their continued support and support of our festival and the community.””

A spokesperson for the festival, who asked to remain anonymous, told the ABC that the event would continue as scheduled on Monday.””

We would like to thank everyone for their continued support and support of our festival and the community.”

A spokesperson for the festival, who asked to remain anonymous, told the ABC that the event would continue as scheduled on Monday.

“This year the festival will continue as normal,” the spokesperson said.

“We have received a number of reports of damage to festival tents and other infrastructure, and will be working closely with our local authorities and community members to determine the extent of this damage.”

We are extremely grateful to everyone for your continued support during this difficult time.

We ask that you respect our privacy as we work to restore safety and restore festival-related goodwill.

“”Woodstock will be back in full force in 2019,” the festival added.