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April 2020
Festivals

Are You Listening? has moved from April to October

AYL? raises money for Learning Disability charity Reading Mencap.
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Published: 1:18 pm, March 24, 2020
Are You Listening? has moved from April to October

Are You Listening? has moved dates to later in the year.

The event was originally set to take place on 25th April, but it'll now take over venues in Reading on 10th October due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

"We're very pleased that most of our line-up will still be performing on the new date and we will make further announcements very soon," reads their statement.

AYL? raises money for Learning Disability charity Reading Mencap and has raised nearly £70,000 for the charity since 2013. The festival has also partnered with Safe Gigs For Women, supporting their work combating harassment in live music.

Visit areyoulistening.org.uk for more information, and tickets.

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