Glastonbury 2021: Emily Eavis denies the cancellation allegations made by Mel B

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Eavis said there was “no news from our side” after the Spice Girl told BBC Radio 5 Live that the festival had been cancelled.

Emily Eavis, co-organizer of Glastonbury, has refuted reports by former Spice Girl Mel B that the festival was cancelled this year. “Legends”Legends”I know Glastonbury has been cancelled so a lot of big stage performances are on hold again this year which is sad but we need to get this virus under control,”I know that Glastonbury has been cancelled, so many big stage performances are on hold again this year, which is sad b b b. Eavis tweeted that “no news on this end” was available and that updates would come directly from the organizers of the event. “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the majority of our population were vaccinated before June 2021 so we can celebrate next summer in proper ‘Glastonbury style?’ “We’re doing everything we can to plan and prepare, but I think we’re still a long way from being able to say we’re confident 2021 will happen,”We’re doing everything we can to plan and prepare, but I think we’re still a long way from being able to say we’re confident 2021 will happen. “Wouldn’t it be great if most of our population were vaccinated before June 2021 so we can celebrate next summer in the proper ‘Glastonbury style?’ On January 5, at a hearing on how UK music festivals will withstand the effects of Covid-19 and “the health and financial barriers to planning festivals in 2021.” MPs will hear from Parklife and Boomtown organizers.

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