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14th May 2020. The organisers announced cancellation of their 2020 event, all tickets will be automatically rolled over next year’s event now scheduled for 15th – 18th July 2021. For ticket holders who are unable to make next year’s event refunds are also available. The organisers have yet to confirm the lineup for 2021, this year’s event was to headline Mura Masa, The Wailers, Craig Charles, Wilkinson, David Rodigan and Nightmares on Wax.   

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 11 June 2020

4th May 2020. The organisers announced cancellation of their 2020 event, all tickets will be automatically rolled over next year’s event now scheduled for 22nd – 25th July 2021. The organisers have confirmed that most of their line up for 2020 will appear in 2021 including Andy C, Sister Sledge, Gentleman's Dub Club, Submotion Orchestra, Calyx & Teebee, Ibibio Sound Machine, Break. Dirty Dike w/ DJ Sammy B-Side, Mungo’s Hi Fi Ft. Gardna, Stanton Warriors, Kingdom (Rodney P, TY, Black Twang), Tankus The Henge and the Dutty Moonshine Big Band.   

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 10 June 2020

26th May 2020. The organisers announced cancellation of their 2020 event, as an independent and non-commercially focused event the organisers have appealed to ticket holder to roll over to 2021 and to donate £30 each to keep the festival viable. They have confirmed dates for next year’s event as 26th – 29th August 2021. Despite the event being sold out the lineup for 2020 was never announced and there has been no further news on any confirmed artists for 2021 either.  

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 9 June 2020

9th April 2020. The organisers were one of the first to announce cancellation of their 2020 event, after a successful crowdfunding exercise they have confirmed dates for next year’s event as 27th – 30th August 2021. They are now selling tickets for 2021 and the lineup will include: Bill Bailey, Steeleye Stan, Kate Rusby, Show Of Hands, This is the Kit, Gruff Rhys, Grace Petrie and Talisk. 

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Andy Robertson - Monday 8 June 2020

27th March 2020. The long-standing festival will not take place in 2020 and currently no date for 2021 has been announced. The organisers said they will be in touch with ticket holders to offer options of a refund or reallocation to 2021. The lineup for 2020 was to have included: Cat Stevens, Yusuf, Seasick Steve, Passenger, Suzanne Vega, Show of Hands, Lankum, Martha Wainwright, and Fatoumata Diawara. 

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 7 June 2020

17th April 2020. The Fairport Convention country festival has been cancelled for 2020 and the organisers are rolling tickets over to next year’s event, now scheduled for 12th – 14th August 2021. Refunds can also be requested by those that cannot make it in 2021. The lineup for 2021 has been confirmed as the same for the cancelled event and includes The Trevor Horn Band, Clannad, Steve Hackett, Genesis Revisited, Richard Thompson and of course Fairport Convention.  

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 4 June 2020

29th May 2020. This popular summer festival has been cancelled for 2020 and the organisers have given ticket holders a choice of either rolling over to next year’s event, now scheduled for 12th – 15th August 2021 or, an option for a full refund, but you have to decide and confirm your choice by 12th June 2020. The lineup for 2021 has not yet been confirmed but this year’s event was to headline Seasick Steve, Razorlight, New Model Army, Echo and the Bunnymen, Ash, Stereo MC’s and the Sugarhill Gang.

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 3 June 2020

24th April 2020. The Levellers’ independent family festival has been cancelled. Tickets will automatically roll over to next year’s event now scheduled for 20th – 22nd August 2021. Ticket holders can also apply for a refund. The lineup for 2020 was to include Travis, Flogging Molly, Levellers, Gary Numan, New Model Army, Imelda May, Hawkwind, Indigo Girls and Deadzone. 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 2 June 2020

24th April 2020. The Scottish Highland festival has been cancelled for 2020 and the organisers will automatically transfer tickets to next year’s event now scheduled for 29th – 31st July 2021. Ticket holders can also apply for a refund if they are unable to make the 2021 date. The lineup for 2021 has not yet been confirmed but this year’s event was to headline Nile Rogers and Chic, Emeli Sande, Passenger, Shed Seven, Stiff Little Fingers, Tide Lines and The Magic Numbers. 

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Andy Robertson - Monday 1 June 2020

29th May 2020. The popular European dance music festival Exit will go ahead in 2020 with a revised date of 13th – 16th August 2020. Ticket sales will commence again from 1st June 2020 and the organisers have stated that Serbian borders will be open with no restrictions in time for the festival. The final lineup has not yet been confirmed but should include Fat Boy Slim, Marky Ramone, Kosheen and David Guetta. 

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 31 May 2020

14th May 2020. The organisers have announced cancellation of the 2020 event. Tickets will be automatically rolled over to next year’s event now scheduled for 19th – 22nd August 2021. Ticket holders wanting a refund will be contacted and offered that option too. The headliners were to have included Goldfrapp, Michael Kiwanuka, Caribou, Mac Demarco and Little Dragon. 

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 28 May 2020

6th May 2020. The organisers of the heavy metal festival have announced cancellation of the 2020 event. The organisers have asked ticket holders to roll over to next year’s event now scheduled for 1st – 5th July 2021 and each will be contacted individually with the option for a refund. The headliners were to have included Reflections, The Ocean Collective, For the Fallen Dreams, Loathe, Slaughter to Prevail, InMe and GOROD.

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 27 May 2020

21st May 2020. The organisers of the popular EDM weekender festival have announced cancellation of the 2020 event. Ticket holders will be contacted in due course regarding a refund. No mention of rolling over to 2021 as of yet and no dates confirmed either. The headliners were to have included Armin Van Buuren, Dizzee Rascal, Goldie, Ferry Corsten, Idris Elba and the Streets. 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 26 May 2020

20th May 2020. The Field Day Festival organisers have announced cancellation of the 2020 event. Tickets will be rolled over to 2021 automatically, applications can also be made for refunds for those unable to make the event in 2021. Next year’s event is now scheduled for 20th July 2021 and the headliners confirmed so far for 2021 include Bicep and The Black Madonna,

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Andy Robertson - Monday 25 May 2020

13th May 2020. Wychwood Festival organisers left it till the last minute to announce the cancellation of the 2020 event. Tickets will be rolled over to 2021, no mention of refunds yet. To help them continue a crowdfunding page has been created too. Next year’s event is scheduled for 4th – 6th June 2021. The headliners will mostly stay intact for 2021 and include The Christians, Deadzone, Lightening Seeds, Sleeper, Embrace and Craig Charles.

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 24 May 2020

13th May 2020. The world’s leading dance music festival has announced that Creamfields 2020 will not go ahead and that tickets can either be refunded or rolled over to next year’s event scheduled for 26th - 29th August 2021. The headliners were to have included Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Tiesto, Timmy Trumpet, Todd Terry, Ferry Corsten, Basement Jaxx, Charlotte De Witt, Paul Van Dyk, Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez, Sander Van Doorn, Nina Kraviz and Faithless DJ set.

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 21 May 2020

21st May 2020. The organisers confirmed that their date changes from 21- 24th May 2020 to September 2020 are still confirmed. However, keep in touch with their news feed for any changes and updates in their lineup. The headliners should remain largely unchanged and include The Flaming Lips, The Damned, Dub Pistols, Patti Smith & Band, Primal Scream, My Bad Sister, Kelvin 373, The Swingers and Sports Team. 

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 20 May 2020

20th May 2020. Just announced today the organisers have decided to cancel this year’s event and customers have been asked to roll over their ticket to next year, however refunds will also be available. Next year’s event will now run between 2nd – 5th September 2021. The headliners will remain the same with Pixies, King Krule, Big Thief, Bright Eyes, Little Simz and Aldous Harding. 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 19 May 2020

5th May 2020. A statement from the organisers, Live Nation, have confirmed cancellation of the 2020 event, tickets will be refunded or can be rolled over to next year. The dates for next year's event will be 2nd – 4th July 2021. The headliners for this year included Travis Scott, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Skepta, AJ Tracey, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and Burna Boy. 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 19 May 2020

7th May 2020. After quite a bit of holding out the organisers finally confirmed cancellation of Standon Calling for this year. All tickets will be automatically rolled over to next year's event now scheduled for 22nd – 25th July 2021. If you want a refund you have been referred to their website. The headliners were to have included Bombay Bicycle Club, Craig David, Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Grandmaster Flash and Joey Negro  

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 17 May 2020

27th April 2020. The organisers have stated that given the timing of their event in 2020 it is just not possible to go ahead this year. Festival Republic will contact ticket holders soon for refunds or the option to roll over to next year's event scheduled for July 2021 with no specific dates yet. The headliners were to have included Celeste, Liam Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers, Bill Bailey and Jo Brand.

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 14 May 2020

13th May 2020. The organisers have announced with sadness the cancellation of Wilderness 2020. Tickets will be rolled forward to 2021 or customers can request a refund. Next year's event will now take place between 5th – 8th August 2021. Wilderness 2020 was to feature Foals, Supergrass and Loyle Carner plus the myriad of theatre, and arts performances   

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 13 May 2020

28th April 2020. Since announcing the cancellation of this year's event the organisers of the independently run rock festival have launched a crowdfunding scheme to help them survive financially for 2021. Tickets will be rolled over to next year or refunds can be requested. Their crowdfunding scheme has hit 90% of their target and they are offering a multitude of benefits for contributors. The lineup for next year's event, scheduled for 8th – 10th July 2021, has not been announced yet with the exception of Jimmy Eat World. 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 12 May 2020

12th May 2020. Since their first statement on 18th March 2020 stating the event will proceed as planned in August there have been no Covid-19 related updates from the organisers of Cornwall's surf and music festival. Now in its 40th year this year’s headliners Kings of Leon, Skepta, The Kooks, Blossoms, Basement Jaxx, The 1975 and Dizzee Rascal. 

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Andy Robertson - Monday 11 May 2020

8th May 2020. The organisiers have now announced that the Tramlines Festival is cancelled for 2020. Tickets will be valid for next year’s event now scheduled for 23rd – 25th July 2021, refunds can be made although the exact process for this has yet to be confirmed. The headliners were to include Ian Brown, The Kooks, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Dizzee Rascal, The Hives, Madness and Sister Sledge. 

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 10 May 2020

8th May 2020. The team organising this event were devastated to announce its cancellation. Tickets will be valid for next year’s event now scheduled for 23rd – 25th July 2021, alternatively customers can request a full refund. The headliners were to include Bombay Bicycle Club, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Blossoms, The Hives and The Kooks. 

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Andy Robertson - Thursday 7 May 2020

1st April 2020. There has been no change from their original announcement made on 13th March stating that the 15th anniversary of Kendal Calling will go ahead this year. The confirmed headliners include Supergrass, Stereophonics, Primal Scream, Blossoms, Craig David, Dizzee Rascal, Johnny Marr, Bill Bailey and Goldfrapp 

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Andy Robertson - Wednesday 6 May 2020

17th March 2020. Currently this event is still planned to go ahead this year with no updates from the organisers since last month but it’s advised to keep up to date with any announcements they may make. The confirmed headliners include Royal Blood, Ian Brown, The Streets, Blossoms, Manic Street Preachers, Craig David and Ran ‘N’ Bone Man 

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Andy Robertson - Tuesday 5 May 2020

22nd April 2020. Organisers have taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event.  Y NOT will now be moved to 29th July – 2nd August 2021 and customers have the option of either a full refund or rolling over to next year. To encourage rolling over to next year the organisers are offering a free VIP upgrade and entry to a prize draw to win a luxury cabin for the 2021 event. The headliners were to include Royal Blood, Richard Ashcroft, Levellers, Craig David and Annie Mac among many others 

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Andy Robertson - Monday 4 May 2020

20th March 2020. The Neverworld team continue to monitor the current COVID-19 situation and currently they are still planning to proceed with the event at the end of July, although this could change at any moment. The headliners include Travis, Groove Armada and Basement Jaxx DJ. 

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Andy Robertson - Sunday 3 May 2020
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