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August 2020
Festivals

The Great Escape is confirmed for May 2021

Early-bird tickets on sale from tomorrow.
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Published: 10:27 pm, July 13, 2020
The Great Escape is confirmed for May 2021

The Great Escape is confirmed for 2021.

The event will take over Brighton from 12th-15th May for a belated 15th birthday, with early-bird tickets on sale from tomorrow (Tuesday, 14th July).

Rory Bett, CEO of MAMA Festivals says: “We are absolutely delighted to be returning to the beautiful Brighton seaside to celebrate The Great Escape’s 15th birthday next year.

"Once again, we will be curating a line-up of the best in new music, and a conference schedule like no other. We look forward to welcoming back new and old fans alike to make our 2021 edition truly unforgettable!”

This year's event was of course cancelled thanks to the outbreak of COVID-19.

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