We thought we’d give you an update you on how we’re responding to the challenges of coronavirus (COVID-19) and how this is affecting your festival. The main take-home message is we will be going ahead as planned unless the government outright ban outdoor events in the UK.  The only reason we wouldn’t be going ahead is if such a ban was to last until August, including the dates of ATG.

ArcTanGent will be following government guidelines closely to ensure safe COVID-19 standards are met. We are working with local authorities to ensure the event has procedures in place to keep everyone safe. As government guidelines are changing regularly, we are working hard to ensure the rules and regulations at the event are adapted to the most up-to-date rules.

We don’t have a crystal ball and things seem to change every day so we’ll try to update you as things unfold but we’re planning the party of all parties once this is all over. We’re super confident that we can get through this together and we’ll have an almighty knees up once it’s all under control.

For now, the most important thing we can all do is keep washing our hands, take the advice from the experts and support the most vulnerable in our communities.

In the unlikely event that the government does prevent events taking place this Summer, we would at that point give you the option to transfer your tickets to ArcTanGent 2022 or to offer you a refund if you’d not be able to attend in 2022.

Thanks for your continued support and we sincerely hope to see you for the 8th edition of ATG in August.