The organizers of four of the region’s largest festivals have indicated that they will continue this summer following the government’s announcement of the roadmap of the lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled the four-step plan to ease the lockdown in his speech on Monday evening June led to the lifting of all restrictions

With many of Norfolk and Suffolk’s big festivals slated for the summer, some have teased or confirmed a return this year

The organizers of the Latitude Festival at Henham Park near Southwold in Suffolk posted on social media on Wednesday saying, “One thing is for sure, we are better together

“Planning for Latitude 2021 is in full swing, and following the government announcement on Monday, we hope to have more news for you soon”

The dates for 2021 were already 22 until 25 Announced July, although this is subject to change The headliners are Lewis Capaldi and Bastille, and Snow Patrol is also coming out

Another major event that is likely to return is Let’s Rock Norwich in Earlham Park, which features well-known acts from the ’80s, but which has been released from the original date of Jan. May be postponed

A post on his Facebook page on Wednesday said, “You’ve all seen the news, so we’re now working on getting everything ready to bring you our show in 2021, just a little later than originally planned.” >

“On Tuesday the 2nd March, we will announce a new date for Let’s Rock Norwich for later this summer “

That for the 3rd until 5 The Sundown Festival scheduled for September at the Norfolk Showground looks promising Following the announcement, a photo from a previous year titled “It’s a Summer Together” was posted on Facebook

The Ipswich Jazz Festival will also take place from 26 until 27 Returning June and including nine bands over the weekend

The number of spectators is limited to 30 people for each performance to ensure that the tickets in March are Covid-safe

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World News – GB – Four big festivals point to the return of summer 2021