Important Festival Updates
Last updated 19:30, Monday 16th March 2020
Red Sky Festival rescheduled to 12 and 13 September 2020
We want everyone to have a great and, most importantly, safe time at our festival. Festivals by their nature are fuelled by a community coming together. This isn’t something that will be possible in the short-term, in May.
We’ve been following the news and Government advice carefully. Following today’s Downing Street briefing, where it has been advised that social contact with others should be avoided, we will be re-scheduling this year’s Red Sky Festival. We have a duty to protect everyone in the Red Sky family, including those who are at more risk than others.
We’re pleased to announce that our headliners and pre-headliners will be joining us, as announced, in September. More updates will follow. All tickets currently purchased remain valid for the new date – no action by ticket holders joining us in September is required. If you are unable to join us in September, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 May 2020. Please note that replies may take some time.
We’re sad not to be holding Red Sky in May, but look forward to celebrating in September. We hope you do too.
With love, and stay safe.
Ry, and everyone at Red Sky HQ.