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General News / March 18, 2020

Glastonbury 2020 cancelled and rescheduled for 2021

General News / March 18, 2020

Glastonbury 2020 cancelled and rescheduled for 2021

They confirmed in a social media post that they’ve taken the decision to move the festival to 2021.

Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary at Worthy Farm is understandably being rescheduled. It comes after the line-up was revealed last week amid the uncertainty.

In a statement Emily and Michael Eavis said, “Clearly this was not the course of action we hoped to take for out 50th anniversary event, but following the new government measures announced this week – and in times of such unprecedented uncertainty – this is now our only viable option”.

Read the full statement below: