Isle Of Wight, All Points East, Parklife Festivals all cancel 2020 events
The organisers of All Points East, Isle Of Wight Festival and Parklife Festivals are among the latest to cancel their 2020 events.
The events join Glastonbury and Download Festival in cancelling for 2020.
A few events, such as punk festival Slam Dunk, have postponed until later in the year, but most have cancelled.
Isle Of Wight Festival was due to see Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Richie, Snow Patrol, The Chemical Brothers and Duran Duran headline the June 11th to 14th event, but have now cancelled entirely.
Isle of Wight Festival 2020 Statement pic.twitter.com/sn8lTj5NHp— Isle of Wight Fest (@IsleOfWightFest) March 26, 2020
All Points East was due to run for two weekends at the end of May with Bombay Bicycle Club, Tame Impala, Massive Attack, Kraftwerk and The Kooks headlining. That too has been cancelled.
We're sad to say that All Points East will not be taking place in 2020. Please read our statement in full below or at https://t.co/OaaLQQxmZs. Stay safe, and see you next year. pic.twitter.com/f6OpaUuHqX— allpointseastuk (@allpointseastuk) March 27, 2020
Country travelling festival Country to Country has also cancelled. The event was due to take place in London's O2 Arena, Dublin's 3Arena and Glasgow's SSE Hydro over three days.
Headliners Luke Combs, Darius Rucker and Eric Church have all agreed to return for next year's event and tickets will remain valid for then.
🚨 C2C is postponed for 2021— Country2Country (@C2Cfestival) March 27, 2020
We are thrilled to confirm that @lukecombs , @dariusrucker and @ericchurch will remain your headliners! 🎉 All 2020 tickets will remain valid for the 2021 event (including your selected seats). More artist announcements to come later this year✨ pic.twitter.com/Rz1F9Ng8kW
Manchester's Parklife Festival is also off, as is Liam Gallagher's headline show, both of which were due to take place in the city's Heaton Park.
A decision that has not been taken lightly, please see below our statement regarding this years Parklife Festival, we will be back stronger than ever June 12 & 13 2021.— Parklife 2020 (@Parklifefest) March 27, 2020
Everyone please stay safe, remain positive and let's look forward to next year.
The Parklife Team. pic.twitter.com/Q0TVp2rTwj
As of today (March 27th), Reading and Leeds, Scotland's TRNSMT festival and British Summer Time remain scheduled to take place.