This year's edition of hip-hop festival Jmblya has been canceled following severe weather Friday night in the Austin area.

Organizers for the festival, which was set to take place at Circuit of the Americas this weekend, posted a statement to their website and social media accounts on Saturday announcing the cancellation:

"Throughout the course of the day on Friday and into the early morning hours of Saturday, severe weather exposed the event grounds to damaging winds in excess of 50 mph, heavy rainfall, and hail. These conditions caused significant damage to event infrastructure, including fencing, tents, stages, and flooding throughout the COTA property. For the safety of our fans, as well as artists and staff, we are saddened to announce that JMBLYA 2019 in Austin has been canceled. All Austin ticket holders will be 100% refunded for the cost of their tickets."

Artists like Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Bhad Bhabie and Lil Nas X were set to perform at Jmblya. Check jmblya.com for more information.

Friday night's concert featuring the 1975 at the Austin360 Amphitheater, also at Circuit of the Americas, was postponed until Sunday, the venue announced Saturday.

Stay tuned to statesman.com for more weather updates.