The We the People Festival originally slated for Nov. 21st has been postponed until early next year. L.A's “Socially Responsible Festival” featuring Bad Religion, Daedelus, Suicidal Tendencies, and many more was apparently moved due to economic concerns.

From the Festival:

“As organizers, we are committed to presenting only the finest event possible for this important movement. Due to ongoing economic challenges, we decided our best option was to move the event to a later date to insure these standards are maintained for the benefit of our important, loyal audience.”

Refunds are available for those who have already purchased tickets via their point of purchase.

But don't get too sad, we have some media from some of the participating artists after the jump. It's just as good as the real thing, right?

LA Weekly