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April 2020
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The Night Café have pulled out of their set at today's Community Festival

They're poorly. Awww.
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Published: 12:38 pm, June 30, 2019
The Night Café have pulled out of their set at today's Community Festival

The Night Café have pulled out of their set at today's Community Festival.

The band, who were originally due to play on the N4 Stage of the event, have been forced to cancel at the last minute due to illness.

A statement reads: "We, The Night Café, are very sorry that we won't be able to play at Community Festival today due to illness of band members. We would like to apologise to anyone who was hoping to see us."

We, Dork, are very sorry to hear that they, The Night Café, are feeling poorly and hope they get better soon.

Due to the short notice, Community has confirmed there'll be no last minute replacement in their slot.

Other acts playing Community include The Amazons, The Kooks and Kate Nash. That'll be nice.

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