Defected’s Paddy’s Day Festival which was set to take place in Naas Racecourse, Kildare has officially been postponed due to fears of the spread of the Covid-19 Virus.

The festival was set to see Gorgon City, Claptone, Kenny Dope, Sam Divine, Todd Terry, Roberto Surace, Al Gibbs and Bissett take to the stage to celebrate the holiday. This is the latest victim to be postponed with growing fears and added precautions being put in place to contain the growing virus numbers.

See the statement from the promoters below:

Defected Ireland – Postponement Announcement

Having taken advice from the medical authority in relation to the Corona Virus and in the interest of public health. We as responsible organisers have sadly had to postpone the Defected Ireland event that was to happen on March 17th in Naas racecourse. The event will now be staged at a later date and tickets purchased will be valid for this rescheduled event. After spending the past 6 months preparing for our event with our team and event partners, we are devastated, however there is nothing more important than the health and safety of our customers, employees and artists.
We sincerely thank you for your continued understanding and patience during this difficult time.
If you have any queries please contact
Thank You,
Sequence Team

Hopefully we don’t see many more events or festivals get postponed due to the virus, but we will keep you updated with any news regarding this matter.

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