Wakefield's The Cribs' Halifax Piece Hall gig this summer has been rescheduled
Following on from the latest governement advice on when live concerts can be expected to return The Crib's West Yorkshire homecoming gig for this summer has been postponed.
The gig was originally scheduled to take place June 20 but will now be held Friday, September 4..
Following on from the latest Covid announcements on the roadmap out of lockdown, The Piece Hall Trust and Futuresound announced their rescheduled programme of live music events for 2021 and 2022.
Promoters said they tried hard to keep as many acts as possible in 2021, with the vast majority rescheduled for August and September.
The acts confirmed include The Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street Preachers, The Cribs, Richard Hawley and the Specials.
Due to the complex nature of artist touring schedules, some of the gigs including Nile Rodgers featuring CHIC and The Doves to 2022.
The trust managed to secure a second date for Nile Rodgers feat CHIC following strong sales demand seen this year.
Tickets for the new show will go on general sale at 10am on Friday, March 12, with a 24 hour Piece Hall Trust member pre-sale starting on March 11.
The following dates are now confirmed:
Saturday 28th August – Shed Seven
Sunday 29th August – The Specials
Friday 3rd September – The Cribs
Saturday 4th September – Richard Hawley
Friday 10th September – Manic Street Preachers
Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th September – Kaiser Chiefs
Saturday 18th June – Doves
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th June – Nile Rodgers feat CHIC
All tickets already purchased for deferred events remain valid, and ticket holders do not need to do anything to secure their spot for the new date.
Customers who have faced issues with the scheduling, such as those ticket holders who cannot make the new dates, are advised to make contact through their booking platform to discuss making alternative arrangements.
Refunds will be available from the point of purchase in the event that customers cannot make the new dates.
The Piece Hall Trust, the team has been working closely with partners to determine the safest way to reinstate live music events.
Essential maintenance and a significant deep clean have been undertaken during the most recent lockdown, and the logistics of the large-scale events are being meticulously planned.
Nicky Chance Thompson, chief executive of The Piece Hall Trust, said: “We’re thrilled that we have been able to reschedule our planned Summer 2021 artists to the Autumn in what has been a turbulent year for all of us. By moving the events to the later dates, we hope we’re providing peace of mind for ticket holders not just around the certainty of the gigs going ahead, but around individuals’ safety and wellbeing – which remains our main priority.
“There is light at the end of the tunnel, and for the first time in a long while we can re-imagine a thriving and vibrant live music scene returning to Halifax once again. Live music events have always been the jewel in the crown of The Piece Hall, and we sincerely look forward to welcoming these world-renowned artists to our venue.”