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Attempts to revive the Scottish live music scene has been dealt another blow as the promoters of the Utilita Live From The Drive In festival has announced its cancellation.
The drive in gigs were meant to take place at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh throughout August, with the likes of The Streets, The Lightning Seeds, Gary Numan, Hue and Cry and KT Tunstall performing. Utilita would have been the first live music event to take place since the global lockdown was introduced.
The following was announced on the Utilita Energy website.
Utilita Live From The Drive-In series will no longer take place in the summer of 2020. We had worked tirelessly on exciting plans for what was promising to be a fantastic couple of months of entertainment across the UK.
However, we fully understand and support the necessary decision to cancel due to concerns over localised lockdowns.
We look forward to the time music brings us all together again. In the meantime, for all guidance and questions, please visit the Live Nation website.
The Utilita Team.
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