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April 2020
Festivals

This is Tomorrow Festival has been rescheduled to August

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Published: 1:59 pm, March 21, 2020
This is Tomorrow Festival has been rescheduled to August

This is Tomorrow Festival has been rescheduled to autumn.

The event - which was originally scheduled for 22nd-24th May at Exhibition Park in Newcastle - will now take place from 14th-16th August following concerns around COVID-19.

Event organiser Steve Davis of SSD concerts, says: “Taking the current circumstances into account, we're delighted to keep the line-up intact by working quickly.

“Although the date change is extremely frustrating, it's unfair to wait any longer to make a decision. We are taking into account our customers’ feedback. They of course want to know more since the Coronavirus outbreak and they've contacted us in significant numbers. All in hope the festival would go ahead.

“By acting as quickly as possible and responsibly, we have ensured all artists are available on a date later in the summer when we hope the current situation has passed so we can move on and deliver the event we initially intended to.

“The wellbeing of our spectators, artists and staff is of the utmost importance and we’ve taken this difficult decision with that in mind.”

“We urge the public to support music events that do go ahead where possible as we navigate through this difficult period. We’d like to thank all the artists booked and their representatives for the support and flexibility they have shown regarding the re-scheduling of this event.”

The line-up still intact, too - with sets from headliners Sam Fender, Gerry Cinnamon and Royal Blood, and loads more. All tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates.

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