A A few-Working day very hot air balloon party close to Chester showcasing a trio of headlining pop functions which include chart topper Sonique has been postponed.
The eagerly-expected Good Balloon Race Extravaganza at Bolesworth Castle, Tattenhall, had been owing to get underway this Friday (August 6).
Having said that, the organisers verified yesterday night that the Cheshire party – together with its date at Charlton Park – had been postponed.
They reported that a range of important suppliers had been “pinged” by the Covid-19 track and trace app, adding that they were now operating with the location to secure a new date.
In a Facebook article, the organisers said: “Next notification right now (August 2) that many of our vital suppliers have been pinged by the NHS Monitor and Trace app we have created the difficult selection to postpone the two our Bolesworth Castle and Chartlon Park occasions.
“The basic safety and safety of our visitors are of utmost value to us, and our suppliers and contractors which have acquired these notifications are integral to the secure procedure of the Great Balloon Race.
“This combined with the existing weather forecast for the coming weekend indicates our visitor safety could not be confirmed. At such quick recognize it would be impossible for us to supply suitable alternative suppliers that would fulfill the needs of our location licences or present the degree of good quality that we would want to supply at out activities.
“We are doing work with venues at the second to affirm new dates. We are incredibly fired up to say our Cheshire venue will allow fireworks. All ticket holders have been notified right of the improvements and additional info on the re-booking system will be despatched out soon when full information have been verified with venues.
“We are doing the job to make this as seamless as achievable.”
Brit-award winner Sonique, who experienced an intercontinental No 1 hit with ‘It Feels So Good’, was due to headline the a few-day very hot air balloon on Friday.
Saturday night’s headliner was 90s feeling Rozalla – whose biggest strike ‘Everybody’s No cost (to Truly feel Superior) arrived at No 6 in the United kingdom.
Finishing the weekend would have been Angie Brown, who sang on Bizarre Inc’s 90s strike ‘I’m Gonna Get Ya’ and has done vocals for a vary of best-providing artistes including Mark Morrison, Extra fat Boy Trim and Stereophonics.
The occasion also features up to 50 of the UK’s best incredibly hot air balloons having to the skies and also executing a stunning night glow clearly show with the Ibiza Classics Orchestra.