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Soundle Festival date change
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Due to potential clashes with other events on the same weekend in Peterborough and Oundle and following discussions with the organisers of those events we have taken the tough decision to reschedule and shorten the inaugural Soundle Weekend to October 1st and 2nd 2022.

We have also lost our Sunday headliner since Martin Barre has announced the cancellation of all his UK gigs this year.

We still maintain a stellar lineup with artists coming from across different genres. The lineup also includes Stuckfish, APOSTLE, Kindred Spirit Band, Grace and Fire, Landmarq, Reel Thyme and The Curator.

Solstice Karnataka buffer Now a two day event we have Solstice headlining on the Saturday and Karnataka on the Sunday.

The Festival line-up is now as follows:

Saturday 1st October
Solstice
Grace and Fire
The Curator
Quasar
Sunday 2nd October
Karnataka
APOSTLE
Stuckfish
Kindred Spirit Band
Landmarq
Reel Thyme
buffer Due to the aforementioned clashes and the ongoing Covid concerns with live music goers we have seen low ticket sales to date and we may have also negatively impacted the Cambridge Rock Festival thus the decision to reschedule and protect both events if we can. All ticket holders have been communicated to today and they have good options to retain or take a full or partial refund.

If people do remain nervous of purchasing tickets in advance in regards to Covid risks please do get in touch because here at The Soundle we will refund anybody who subsequently could not attend the gig due to Covid.

Early bird two day tickets are now priced competitively at £55 and once the early bird time is up they will sell at £65.

Saturday and Sunday day tickets are £35 for each day. More bands are now to play each day than prior and we are expecting to add more possibly.

We hope you will be able to make the new date of this exciting festival!

For more information on the Soundle Festival click here

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