New dates announced for Lancaster's Highest Point Festival
Lancaster's Highest Point Music Festival is to be held in September this year.
Festival organisers have announced that the event will be held in Williamson Park over September 3 and 4.
This replaces their planned event in May, which had to be postponed due to continuing coronavirus restrictions.
More than 15,000 attended the last Highest Point in 2019, the second year that the festival had taken place at the Lancaster park.
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, from 10am online here - you can sign up now to get a ticket reminder in the morning.
The organisers said: "We would like to thank our partners at Lancaster City Council who have worked tirelessly with us in the past few weeks to reach this date and a MASSIVE thank you to all the wedding couples who had plans that weekend to get married inside the Ashton Memorial and have worked with us to find alternative solutions for their special day.
"At this stage the majority of artists remain on their allocated days with full details announced on Friday 12th March along with some extras because you know, we're nice like that.
"Please remember we have already sold a huge percentage of tickets for this event as so many of you were kind enough to keep hold of them from previous attempts to deliver this show.
"Therefore we do not expect the remaining tickets to be around for long.
"If you are an existing ticket holder and cannot make the new date then please look out for an email from Skiddle or check your order history for details on how to claim a refund.
"If you can make the new date then your ticket(s) will automatically be valid for the exact same day you originally booked.
"Please carefully check the name of your ticket by heading to your email confirmation, your order history at skiddle.com/orders or by logging into the Skiddle app.
"Please also be aware that your ticket(s) will automatically be updated to the new dates in due course - you do not need to contact Skiddle.
"Once again a HUGE thank you for all your patience."