After the pandemic stopped live music, the free music festival, last year, Parklife will return to Aylesbury this summer when the country reopens.
Parklife 2021 is scheduled for this August bank holiday weekend (28-29) at Vale Park but will be canceled if restrictions are not relaxed.
Aylesbury City Council announced that the event is expected to return but could be canceled at short notice depending on the coronavirus situation.
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On June 21, the final phase of the government’s plan to reopen the country after the lockdown is to be implemented.
That means nightclubs can reopen and music festivals like Parklife experience fewer capacity constraints and socially distant bubbles.
After a forced break last year, the organizers promise that well-known functions will return to this year’s Parklife. This includes: life in the park, stars in the park,
Proms at Parklife 2019
Church in the park and proms in the park.
On Saturday, nine and a half hours of uninterrupted live music are planned on two stages. Festival goers can also visit: the Community Involvement Area, market stalls, a fun fair ride, and a number of local businesses selling cold beer and beer hot food.
A new function will be a “Kids Ent Tent”. The features of this new tent will be announced closer to the date of the event.
On Sunday, as part of Proms Day, the Aylesbury Concert Band will be among the acts. The band’s set will feature a selection of popular classics as well as the traditional anthems. Fireworks were also organized. as part of the second day’s free activities.
Recent reports suggest that cancellation is unlikely. Although the situation with the coronavirus can change quickly, the restrictions are likely to be lifted at this stage.
National reports suggest that further restrictions will be lifted on June 21 as vaccination rollout accelerates and the number of stable coronavirus cases remains stable.
Case numbers remain low at Aylesbury Vale, despite a number of positive Indian variant tests confirmed two weeks ago.
The Indian variant peaks in certain regions of the country have not dramatically affected the overall infection rate in the UK.
For Parklife updates, follow Aylesbury City Council on social media on Instagram: @aylesburytowncouncil, Twitter: @aylesburytc and Facebook at facebook.com/aylesburytc.