Bloodstock adds an extra day for next year’s festival

Bloodstock has joined the long list of European metal festivals to have been struck down by the curse of Coronavirus. While the UK’s leading outdoor metal festival will not now take part in August, the good news is that organisers plan to extend the festival by one day in 2021.

So next year Bloodstock will be 5 days and start from Wednesday, as opposed to Thursday; the dates for 2021’s event will be 11th – 15th August. This will be at no extra cost to those who have already purchased weekend tickets for 2020 and wish to roll them over.

Bloodstock will also freeze prices when tickets go back on sale at the ticket store at 9am on May 6th until later this year, when prices will then increase by just £10 and a new, longer 6-month instalment plan will launch to make that option even easier to manage.

The on-sale date for day tickets and any returns on previously sold out ticket categories, such as camper vans, will be announced in due course.   Many artists on this year’s line-up have already reconfirmed for 2021. Meanwhile, you can watch an updated trailer for the festival here and a special message from metal overlord Rob Halford, from headliner Judas Priest, here.

Bloodstock will also offer face value refunds to everyone who has already purchased a 2020 festival ticket from official sellers and aim to process refunds within 28 days. Everyone who has purchased a ticket already from Seetickets will also be emailed in the next 7-14 days.


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