Summer’s End band changes

Some last minute changes to this year’s Summer’s End Festival have been announced. Posted on thier MySpace Blog is news that both Amplifier and Sunchild will not now be performing at the festival. Credo step into the breach…

Summer's End logoRunning a festival is never easy, and we are sorry to announce a couple of pieces of bad news with just 10 days to go!

Firstly, it is with huge regret that we announce that Amplifier will not now be playing the festival. This is as a result of irresolvable technical issues between the Festival and the band. We apologise to all those looking forward to seeing them, and wish the band every success for the future. Holders of Friday evening tickets only have been contacted separately.

Secondly, Sunchild will not now be able to play due to the refusal of visas for some of the band. We know that the guys are as gutted as we are that they cannot play, so we are happy to announce that they will be joining us in 2012, visa’s permitting!

In the meantime, we are very pleased to announce that Antony Kalugin of Sunchild, who is still able to make the Festival, will play a special acoustic set on Friday night with something of a legendary guest, the amazing John Sloman of Lonestar and Uriah Heep fame. This unique collaboration will hopefully help compensate fans for the loss of both bands.

In their Sunday slot we are thrilled to announce that Credo have agreed to play the Festival at short notice. The band have received some superb reviews for their third album “Against Reason” and have combined that with some amazing live shows in 2011. We welcome them back after their wonderful set way back in 2006! 


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