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August 2020
Festivals

Deer Shed has been postponed to next year

It's on hold until 30th July-1st August 2021.
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Published: 10:00 am, April 17, 2020
Deer Shed has been postponed to next year

Deer Shed has been postponed to next year.

The event was set to take place from 24th-26th July in Topcliffe, North Yorkshire, but due to COVID-19 it's on hold until 30th July-1st August 2021.

A statement from the organisers explains: "It is with sadness that we must now announce the postponement of Deer Shed Festival 11 on safety grounds, due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in the UK."

"We are putting all of our efforts into ensuring that the re-scheduled event is everything that we'd hoped for and more," they add. "Incognito (our massive, site-wide, multi-player spy game) is really shaping up to be something special!"

Tickets will automatically roll over, but refunds are also available. Find out more info at deershedfestival.com.

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