Published: 16:23, 17 March 2020
| Updated: 16:25, 17 March 2020
Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge has announced that this year's Pub in the Park festival is being rescheduled amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The popular food, drink and music festival was due to be held at Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells in July, for the third year running.
But today Tom said in a statement that the event was being put back to August.
It will now be held at Dunorlan Park from Friday, August 21 to Sunday, August 23.
The vast majority of the music, including headline acts, chef and restaurant line-up will remain the same, with any other alterations being announced in due course.
“We would like to thank the chefs, restaurants, venues, local authorities, artists and many of our other contributors who have shown their unwavering support of Pub in the Park to enable us to rearrange our plans," said Tom. "In the meantime, we want you all to keep healthy and look after each other."
This year's event was due to be hosted by TV chef James Martin and headlined by acts including Craig David and James Blunt.
All ticket holders will have their tickets automatically transferred to the new dates. Anyone who cannot make the rescheduled date can swap their tickets for another day and/or location subject to capacity or transfer to next year, or get a refund if unable to attend.
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