Let’s make 2021 THE year
With restrictions remaining in place for large scale events, we look to 2021 to restart the party. In the past few days and weeks announcements have been made by some of the biggest names in the #events industry; despite the uncertainty of current times due to COVID-19. As an industry we are starting to plan for the future, we must, it’s what we do and once safe, it’s what the public need.
Reading and Leeds Festival have announced a return for 2021 with six headliners split across two main stages in each site.
The 2020 event, which sees acts rotate between the two sites, was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Headliners will be Stormzy, Liam Gallagher, Post Malone, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Disclosure and Queens Of The Stone Age and the new 2021 arrangements are billed to be the ‘most epic plan yet’
Tickets bought for this summer will remain valid, while refunds will also be available, organisers have said.
Glastonbury Announcement – June 2021 – SOLD OUT
On 30th August, Emily Eavis, said she is expecting Glastonbury to take place next summer and not be pushed back to the autumn.
However, next year’s event at Worthy Farm in Somerset is already sold out, with organisers honouring tickets bought for this year.
NHS Concert – Sunday 23rd May 2021, London – SOLD OUT
This is an event to thank all NHS staff who have been worked tirelessly to keep us safe.
Tickets are limited to 2 per person (the eligible NHS staff member and one guest)
Only NHS staff who work in NHS hospitals in the United Kingdom will be eligible to apply for tickets.
2020 continues to challenge the events industry, as well as many others, but as we reach the autumn of this year, we remain hopefully that we’re nearing a time when we can #getbacktotheparty
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