Cornbury Festival postponed until 2021

By Jamie Hill - 8 May 2020

Arts and Culture

Cornbury Festival was due to take place this July in Oxfordshire with Van Morrison, Ronan Keating, Jack Savoretti and Dido. But the organisers have now decided to postpone it until next summer because of coronavirus. Here's their statement...

Dear Corners,

Thank you for bearing with us in these uncertain times – we were hoping circumstances might change, but we’ve now bowed to the inevitable and are very sad to announce the postponement of this year’s festival.

We are delighted to have secured dates for next summer at Great Tew – 9th, 10th & 11th July, and we’ll repeat most of the same line-up, along with some new names and special guests.

Your tickets remain valid for 2021 and we would greatly appreciate it if you are able to defer your booking to next Summer’s event. This will help us enormously to support our ongoing costs and longstanding loyal team who will no doubt need our help during what may well turn out to be a very difficult summer. All ticket holders will be contacted by our ticketing partner Eventim.  

We can’t wait to deliver to you another wonderful weekend in 2021 and trust you’ll all remain safe and healthy in the meantime.

Best wishes,

Hugh and the Cornbury Team

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