ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — A popular summer art fair in southeastern Michigan has been canceled again.

Organizers of the Ann Arbor Art Fair said uncertainty over the rules on outdoor gatherings is forcing them to scratch the July event for a second consecutive year due to COVID-19.

The fair, which is actually three fairs in one, draws thousands of people to the streets of Ann Arbor.

"We hung on to hope that restrictions might change, but we have now run out of time," Mo Riley said on the fair's website. "We all think it is likely that capacity limits will be lifted by July, but there are no guarantees. It would be unfair to ask artists to take that risk.”

They'll try again on July 21-24, 2022.