Former Stone Roses front man has announced that he will no longer perform at the festival in his hometown of Warrington because he is against the idea of ​​you need to prove you had a COVID-19 vaccine to be able to attend events

The belated musical extravaganza now takes place between the 3rd and 5 September instead of

Brown tweeted: “My headline show on Saturday night at the NHBD Weekender Festival will not take place now! I refuse to accept proof of vaccination as a condition of entry. Refunds are possible! X”

The organizers of the festival have confirmed that the singer from ‘I Am The Resurrection’ will no longer perform and on Saturday the 4th On September 9th, the rock band James announced as his replacement to beat the bill A new poster for the three day has been released

The festival bosses announced the planned dates after the event was postponed last May due to the pandemic, Saturday 4th &, Sunday the 5th September 2021 “

The idea of ​​a vaccination pass has been discussed in the UK to ensure that everyone is protected from the highly infectious virus before going to festivals, shows and clubs

Anti-Vaxxer Brown previously raised his eyebrows when he tweeted: “NO LOCKDOWN NO TESTS NO TRACKS NO MASKS NO VAX”

And he also targeted the media and the government for their “lies and propaganda”

In another post he wrote, “So I’m a conspiracy theorist HA! A term invented by the lame stream media to discredit those who smell and see (sic) through the government / media lies and propaganda can”

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