Honey Dijion, Koffee, Pa Salieu and more will play the postponed Cambridgeshire event.
Cambridge festival Strawberries & Creem has postponed its 2021 edition until September. Its postponement from June to September follows the Government’s recently announced roadmap out of Covid-19 restrictions. The festival will now take place on 18-19 September at Strawberries & Creem’s new location, the Childerley Orchard site.
Honey Dijion, Koffee, Pa Salieu and Tiffany Calver have been confirmed for the programme. They’ll join the likes of Sean Paul and PARTYNEXTDOOR in the Cambridgeshire countryside.
In a statement, festival co-founder Chris Jammer said: “The team were so determined to make the festival happen this year, and we’re delighted that we’ll be able to share what we’ve been working on with you all, at long last. After everything we’ve all been through over the last year or so, it’s even more meaningful that we gather in a green field together to celebrate music and life.”
For tickets and further information head to the Strawberries & Creem site. All purchased tickets will automatically be rolled over to the new dates in September.