With more festivals announcing cancellations, let’s address the current situation with Creamfields 2020.
Eager festivalgoers are currently doubting whether any of the summer’s major events will go ahead.
In an earlier statement, Boris Johnson laid down strict guidelines instructing the UK public only to leave the house if absolutely necessary. Notable exceptions are for work (if it cannot be done at home), shopping for essentials as infrequently as possible and exercise once a day, although this must be done alone or with one member of your household.
Although a number of lockdown restrictions have been revised, those due to attend festivals over the coming summer are becoming increasingly eager to find out which ones are cancelled or postponed.
One of the most hyped this year is Creamfields, but is it still scheduled?
Is Creamfields 2020 cancelled?
- Yes, Creamfields 2020 is cancelled and will no longer go ahead on the confirmed date of Thursday, 27th August 2020.
Reading & Leeds was due to take place on the same weekend as Creamfields, which has also been cancelled.
Fortunately, Creamfields is still set to go ahead next year on the confirmed date of Thursday, August 26th 2020.
Creamfields 2021 line up
Although fans are devastated by the news, it was essentially inevitable.
At least there’s something to look forward to next year and there are already a wealth of great acts lined up for the bill.
Next year’s line up already includes:
- Eric Prydz
- Adam Beyer
- Ben Nicky
- Boris Brejcha
- Carl Cox
- Laidback Luke
- Martin Garrix
More will be announced later on.
Be sure to head over to the website for more information.
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