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BREAKING: Splendour In The Grass 2020 Has Been Rescheduled To October

A bunch of our faves festivals and concerts have been cancelled because of the coronavirus epidemic, but we bear both good news and bad news with Splendour In The Grass!
The good news is that it’s not cancelled! The bad news is you’ll have to wait all the way ’till October for your fezzy fun.

Splendour in the Grass 2020 is being rescheduled to Friday 23, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October 2020 at North Byron Parklands.

It’s happened in response to the Federal governments ban on public gatherings of 500 or more people, so the the 20th anniversary edition is moving to it’s new dates.

The move may be devastating to some, but we’re just glad it isn’t cancelled. They reckon it shouldn’t hurt the line up either.

“We are not expecting any major upsets to the line-up thanks to the incredible support of the artists playing Splendour. Flume, The Strokes and Tyler, The Creator who have all confirmed their attendance for these new dates alongside most others.”

“We understand that many of our patrons have already made plans for July and we trust local accommodation and travel providers will act in the best interests of all to accommodate these changes without penalty. Huge thanks for your ongoing support and we’ll see you in October.” said Splendour in the Grass co-founders Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco.
Honestly, it could be worse – it’ll be much better weather, for one. No more camping in mid-winter, now we get Splendour the Spring Edition!

All tickets purchased for the original Splendour July dates are still valid for entry on the new October dates, and anyone who can’t make it to the new dates is entitled to a refund.Plus, for those on the waiting list, for any refunded tickets, Splendour will do a special ticket release in the coming weeks. If you haven’t signed up already, put your names on waitlist now.

Here’s the full statement:

Image Sources: Splendour In The Grass Facebook. 

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