Important Festival Updates
Last updated 15:30, Thursday 23rd July 2020
16:45, August 12th 2020
Red Sky Festival 2020 Update
Red Sky 2020 re-scheduled to 29 & 30 May 2021
We’d hope by now that the national picture would be clearer, and that planned entertainment and sporting events would have gone ahead with limited socially distanced audiences. But, as you’ll know, the Government has decided that recent sporting events, such as cricket, have had to take place behind closed doors. In addition to this there are increasing local lockdowns around the country and a joint desire to safeguard the re-opening of schools in September.
Given this uncertainty, we’ve taken the precautionary action to postpone Red Sky Festival 2020 until May 2021. We believe this is the right thing to do, to protect you our audience, our team and importantly our local community. We hoped that national and local landscape would continue to improve, as it did last month, but this seems to not be the case.
We’re disappointed that our plan for September hasn’t worked out but can’t wait for a more ‘normal’ festival in May 2021. We’ll continue our work to make it extra special and will do our best to re-confirm our 2020 line-up.
We really hope you can join us, and that you’ll help us by carrying your ticket over. The support of you, or Red Sky audience, means the world to us. If you decide to carry your ticket over we can enter 2021 on a stable footing, and will be well set to make it our best yet. Should you wish for a full refund on your tickets, please email email@example.com with your booking reference by 11:59pm on 11th September 2020.
Stay well – and see you in May.
The Red Sky Team.