M&Ds Scotlands Drive In Gigs postponed due to COVID-19


M&Ds Scotlands Drive In Gigs postponed due to COVID-19

More doom and gloom for live gig goers came today as M&D has announced that their September Drive In shows have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2 day festival was originally scheduled for 4th and 5th September, featuring Carly Connor, Tom McGuire and The Brassholes and Colonel Mustard and The Dijon 5. It would have been Scotlands first major live music event since lockdown restrictions were put in place.

The following was announced on social media....

We have taken the difficult decision to postpone the planned Drive In Gigs on 4 and 5 September.

As the future of events is so uncertain and dates and guidelines are constantly changing, we have decided that the best course of action to ensure everyone’s safety would be to postpone these gigs to a date to be confirmed next year.

The Friday night gig, on 4 September, was a free gig for NHS workers and we will honour these tickets when the new date is rescheduled. We would ask that everyone get in touch with their details so that we can contact you when a new date has been confirmed for 2021.

We very much hope that we will be able to bring you the same show in 2021 however, until we have a date that we know is going to be safe for the event to go ahead then we cannot guarantee the availability of the acts. We will communicate the new date and confirmed line-up in due course.

For anyone who has purchased a ticket for Saturday 5 September, we will issue a refund and you can rebook when the new date is confirmed.

We are really disappointed to be rescheduling but thank you for your support and understanding.

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