Ian Brown has pulled out of a festival because he refuses to honest gain vaccination proof as a condition for entry.
The aged Stone Roses frontman used to be due to the headline the upcoming Neighbourhood Weekender festival in his fatherland of Warrington, England on the first weekend of September, the three-day tournament’s rescheduled date, nevertheless he has withdrawn because he claims all attendees will must demonstrate they’ve been vaccinated against the coronavirus as a condition of entry.
Brown took to Twitter on Wednesday to verify he would no longer be among the headliners, writing, “My Saturday night time headline demonstrate at NHBD Weekender Festival will no longer happen! I refuse to honest gain vaccination proof as condition of entry. Refunds are on hand!”
Organisers for the festival issued a assertion on Twitter wherein they said they’d “note the stipulations outlined by the government via the native authority. No decisions will likely be taken by government till 21 June at the earliest.”
Brown, who has been vocal about his scepticism about Covid-19, the lockdown, and the vaccine on Twitter, has been replaced by Sit down Down rockers James.
Other headliners embody Gerry Cinnamon, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Sam Fender, and Shed Seven.