After a long few days for the event organisers battling the winds, they have this morning (Sunday) announced that the wind has now eased enough for the stage to be rebuilt and for Sunday to go ahead as planned.
The gates will open to the public at 11am.
Anyone who brought ‘Saturday only’ tickets will be allowed entry to today’s festival.
A spokesperson for Jack up the Summer said:
“We’re back & ready to go!
“A massive thank you to our on-site crew & production team who have worked incredibly long hours (now 48 & counting) to provide first class professional advice in order to ensure the safety of all our festival-goers, traders, artists, suppliers & contractors & to reassemble the stage to ensure the festival can continue as planned tomorrow.
“We are incredibly grateful for your support & dedication & look forward to continuing the weekend’s entertainment when gates open at 11am tomorrow morning [Sunday].”
A spokesperson for Spyder UK Ltd said public safety is paramount:
“After battling with the strong winds this morning to no avail, we made the difficult decision to strip the stage and put a contingency plan in place.
“We have been monitoring the weather around the clock today to judge whether it was safe to go ahead; public safety is paramount after all!
“Thankfully, the wind has now dropped enough for us to give the go ahead. Team Spyder have pulled together and worked tirelessly throughout this evening and late into the night in order to get the main stage back up and running.“