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The first Sunstroke Festival in 20 years is cancelled

The first Sunstroke Festival in 20 years is cancelled

Luke Sharkey

Some sad news rolling in this morning.

The first Sunstroke Festival, a rock and metal centred Irish music event, in 20 years has been officially cancelled.

The festival was set to play host to the likes of Faith No More, Deftones, The Jesus And Mary Chain and many, many more.

Unfortuantely, due to the current situation being what it is, the organisers have made the descion to cancel this year’s event.

The festival was set to take place and the 13th and 14th of June, later in the calendar than some festivals which are currently still billed to be going ahead.

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Refunds are availible for ticket holders.

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