Tribal Gathering Postponed To August 26-27

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) —

In the light of recent events in London it has been decided to postpone
the proposed Tribal Gathering event for the Playing Alive Foundation at Luton
Hoo Estate on July 16. Trustee of the Playing Alive Foundation Lord Newby said:
"With so many people affected by last week's events in London coupled
with a set of circumstances beyond our control, it has been decided that it
would be inappropriate to hold the proposed Tribal Gathering event this
coming Saturday."

"We hope that those who have bought tickets to
Tribal Gathering will understand why it has been decided to postpone the
event. We are still determined to raise as much money as possible for those
affected by the crisis in Sudan, and are looking at a number of alternative
options which would enable us to achieve our fundraising targets.

"We would like to thank all the artists who agreed to give their time
for free and to all those in South Bedfordshire, including the District
Council and the Police, who have worked so hard on Playing Alive's behalf. "For those who have already purchased tickets to the event,
we are offering a full refund from point of purchase or entry to the Tribal
Gathering Warehouse events taking place over bank holiday on
August 27-28 in Manchester. Each ticket purchased for Tribal Gathering at Luton Hoo
Estate can be exchanged for two tickets to the Tribal Gathering bank holiday
event." –Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner

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