Playaway Festival cancelled due to 'unforeseen circumstances'

The Futureheads, Calvin Harris and Plan B were set to play

Playaway Festival cancelled due to 'unforeseen circumstances'
Playaway Festival has been cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances".

The event, which was due to take place at Skegness Butlins between April 16-18, was set to feature the likes of The Futureheads, Calvin Harris, New Young Pony Club and Plan B.

Organisers haven't given any further information on why the festival was pulled, but did reveal that full refunds would be given.

The line-up for Playaway Festival was set to include:

Calvin Harris
Scouting For Girls
The Futureheads
New Young Pony Club
The Noisettes
Plan B
Alphabeat
Example
Chase And Status (DJ set)
Daisy Dares You
Rox
Out Est Le Swimming Pool
Darwin Deez
Alan Poenall
General Fiasco

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