Let's Rock Leeds festival at Temple Newsam now set for September following June 21 unlocking delay
Let's Rock Leeds festival has confirmed it will be delaying its summer event.
The retro festival was originally planned for June 26 but has now been pushed back following the Government s announcement that the June 21 unlocking date would be delayed.
This year's Let's Rock Leeds event will instead take place at Temple Newsam on Saturday, September 18.
Tickets for the original date still remain valid for the new one, and tickets for the revised date are "selling very fast" according to organisers.
The team thanked its festival-goers for "staying the course" with them and said they will be "celebrating in style" when back in the field - even if it is "a little later than originally planned".
The Let's Rock Leeds line-up includes Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde and The Gibson Brothers amongst a number of other performers.
Under the Government's road map out of lockdown, the revised date of July 19 has been set for all restrictions to be eased - permitting festivals and large gatherings.
A post on the official Let's Rock Leeds Facebook page said: "**IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT** Following the Government announcement which delayed the further easing of restrictions, we can confirm that LET'S ROCK LEEDS will return to Temple Newsam on SATURDAY 18th SEPTEMBER 2021.
"Tickets for the original date(s) of course remain valid, and if you don't have a ticket yet... they're selling very fast!
"Thank you all so much again for staying the course with us.
"We will be celebrating in style when we get back in that field, a little later than originally planned!
"Tickets and info www.letsrockleeds.com."