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April 2020
Festivals

Sound City has been postponed and will now happen in September

Headliners Friendly Fires and Pale Waves are confirmed.
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Published: 4:24 pm, March 19, 2020
Sound City has been postponed and will now happen in September

Sound City has been postponed and will now happen in September.

The festival has moved quick-smart from its original 1st-3rd May positioning to 25th-27th September, still at Liverpool's Baltic Triangle.

Headliners Friendly Fires and Pale Waves are confirmed, with much of the line-up and venues remaining unchanged. All tickets will be honoured for the new dates - for details, visit soundcity.uk.com.

The event's statement reads: "Following the recent advice from the UK Government on social distancing, and the changing situation with COVID-19, we have decided to postpone Sound City 2020 until 25th, 26th, 27th September. While this was a difficult decision for us to make, the health and safety of our guests, staff and community is the most important thing for us to safeguard. All purchased tickets are still valid for our new date. We’re happy that all the artists have agreed to play, although there may be some minor changes to the programme with new day splits announced very soon.

"We really do appreciate your support at this time and hope that everyone is staying safe and continuing to help those who are in need. Together we will get through this and party together soon.”

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