Global Gathering site weathers the storm
United Kingdom | |
23 July 2007
Global Gathering will go ahead this weekend as planned, organisers have vowed.
Despite nearby Stratford Upon Avon suffering heavy floods, the festival site in Long
Marston has not been affected and is more than five miles away from the worst hit areas.
The sodden Midlands
town became a hive of media attention over the weekend, prompting festival organisers to allay fears that the dance weekend
could be under threat.
It follows a number of festivals badly affected or cancelled because of the recent rain, including
Truck, Wakestock and Glade.
Unlike those events, Global
Gathering take place on a disused airfield which has quality drainage systems already built in.
Gathering boss James Algate said: “We are expecting 45,000 people to have the weekend of their
lives and wish to reassure ticket holders that after being on site for the past week, the airfield is unaffected and the production
is looking stronger than ever.”
and Faithless are among the acts playing the dance festival.
Tickets are still on sale via the links above.
Virtual Festivals will be on site with our video blog
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