Outcider Festival rescheduled to August 2021Posted on: 29 Jun 2020
Organisers have confirmed the rescheduling of this year's Outcider Festival due to coronavirus concerns.
This year's edition of the popular Outcider Festival has been officially postponed, with the event rescheduled to 5 August to 8 August 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Due to return to Fernhill Farm in Somerset for its seventh consecutive year this summer, Outcider is a much-loved celebration of stellar live music, great local food and, of course, the very best varieties of cider around.
Outcider 2020 was due to host another eclectic range of acclaimed live acts, emerging artists and local talent. The 500-cap festival has earned a loyal following over the years, with previous editions selling out well in advance.
The festival are working hard to retain as much of the 2020 musical lineup as they can, with Saturday headliners Ferocious Dog confirmed to play the rescheduled date. Full lineup news and announcements are set to arrive on the Outcider Facebook page in the coming weeks.
Other unmissable attractions at Outcider include the always-raucous Ciderobics, punk-rock karaoke, outdoor skittles and Ladies Day, with a big emphasis on fun and community running throughout.
Organised by specialist promoters Fuelled By Cider, the weekend-long event takes place in the idyllic surroundings of a working farm in Compton Martin, just outside of Bristol.
Tickets purchased for Outcider 2020 will be valid for the rescheduled dates. Due to popular demand, and to thank supporters for holding onto their tickets, organisers have added an extra day to next year's festival, which will run from Thursday 5 - Sunday 8 August 2021.
Thursday passes are a free addition to those who had previously bought tickets for the 2020 festival, and will be charged at £25 for anyone buying tickets after 31 July 2020.
Refunds are also available to those who can't attend on the rescheduled dates - ticket holders should have been sent an email with more information regarding the refund process. You can get in touch with the team via email if you haven't already heard from them.
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