The Bluedot festival postponed due to COVID-19. The postponement dates of Bluedot will be 22-25 July 2021. The artist will headline Bluedot next year.
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- The music festival Bluedot has been postponed due to COVID-19.
- The postponement dates of Bluedot will be 22-25 July 2021.
- The artists Björk, Groove Armada and Metronomy will headline Bluedot next year.
- The festival was about to be hit this year from July 23-26 at the Jodrell Bank Observatory.
- “This decision has been a necessary but difficult one to make,” said Bluedot Team.
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The artists Björk, Groove Armada and Metronomy will headline Bluedot festival on 22-25 July 2021. The festival was about to be hit this year from July 23-26 at the Jodrell Bank Observatory.
“Our teams have been working with partners and authorities to assess the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the festival,” Bluedot festival team said, “Although Bluedot may still seem some time away, the virus and its associated effects are unlikely to ease away for some months and it is important to us that any additional or unnecessary strain on medical services is avoided.”
They added, “This decision has been a necessary but difficult one to make, as it affects not only our wonderful Bluedot family of festival-goers and staff but also a large number of artists, performers, speakers, suppliers, traders, and freelancers, many of whom have been hit hard during this period.”
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Bluedot festival postponed due to COVID-19
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Bluedot is a music, science and culture event held annually in July since 2016 at Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire, England, combining music, live science experiments, expert talks and immersive artworks. The event is endorsed by the University of Manchester, current owners of the observatory.
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