New dates announced for Meraki Festival 2019

PUBLISHED: 10:32 06 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:09 06 August 2018

The sun goes down on the Friday night of the first ever Meraki Festival. Picture: Danny Loo

The sun goes down on the Friday night of the first ever Meraki Festival. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo

With Meraki Festival 2018 just around the corner, the organisers have just dropped some big news.

In 2019 the festival will be pushed back two weeks to take place over the August bank holiday weekend.

Still held at Redbourn Showground, everything will kick off next year on August 23 to 25.

The hosts said they were “super-excited”: “That means you can take the whole weekend off and go crazy on Sunday night without having to worry about work the next morning.”

To celebrate the longer weekend dates and due to popular demand, Meraki are releasing 100 of the Mega Earlybird Tickets a week early - normally they are only available during the festival.

Book by emailing marketing@merakifestival.com

Meraki Festival 2018 will take place from August 10 to 12. For more information, visit merakifestival.com

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