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Are You Listening? Festival has been postponed to next year

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Published: 1:35 pm, September 11, 2020
Are You Listening? Festival has been postponed to next year

Are You Listening? Festival has been postponed to next year.

The event was originally set to take over multiple Reading venues on 25th April, but was then moved to 10th October due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and now it's shifted once more to 24th April 2021.

A statement from organisers says: "Both the festival organisation and our charity partner Reading Mencap are independently funded and run; the financial effect on us will be heavy. We kindly ask if you are able to, please keep hold of your existing ticket, where it will automatically be rolled over for the 2021 event.

"However, we know things aren’t easy right now and if you are not in a position to keep hold of your ticket, we understand; you are entitled to receive a face value refund. Either our ticket partner Gigantic, Music Glue or Reading Arts will be in touch regarding the reschedule and will handle and process any refunds on our behalf. If you bought a physical ticket with cash and require a refund please contact us at info@heavypop.co.uk. For anyone still wishing to attend next year no further action is required."

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