There are ‘no plans’ to transfer Glastonbury from its standard weekend in June following 12 months, organisers say.
Founder Michael Eavis has previously claimed it was “wishful contemplating” it could happen then, and that the only “certainty” for the legendary new music pageant was 2022, because of COVID-19 limitations.
The pageant was cancelled this yr mainly because of the virus.
But on Sunday, his daughter and co-organiser, Emily Eavis, claimed she is anticipating it to acquire spot upcoming summer months and not be pushed again to the autumn.
Also, we’ve moved our ticket resale again from Oct to April, due to the fact so handful of people have asked for a refund (up coming year’s Festival remains bought out), indicating we never have enough tickets to resell. Moreover, we’ve extended the absolutely free cancellation deadline until the end of January.
— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) August 30, 2020
In a Tweet, she wrote: “For those who have been inquiring, we have no plans to shift future year’s Glastonbury to September 2021 – we’re nevertheless pretty a lot aiming for June.”
Even so, upcoming year’s party at Deserving Farm in Somerset is previously bought out, with organisers honouring tickets acquired for this yr.
Ms Eavis continued: “Also, we have moved our ticket resale again from Oct to April, simply because so couple people have asked for a refund, that means we will not have sufficient tickets to resell.
“Additionally, we have prolonged the totally free cancellation deadline until the close of January.”
No announcement has been manufactured about who might be actively playing upcoming year’s festival.
Headliners Sir Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar, additionally hundreds of other functions, were due to engage in at this year’s 50th anniversary celebrations in June before the festival was called off due to COVID-19.