Festival cancelled for second time

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Organisers of the Highlands and Islands Music and Dance Festival (HIMDF) have taken the decision to cancel the event for the second year running.

Covid-19 restrictions have once again put paid to plans to stage any kind of music or dance events in the near future with the threat of the new strain of the virus getting out of control sealing the fate of many festivals and gatherings once again this year.

Last year the festival suffered its first cancellation in 36 years. Organisers are now concentrating on making the 2022 Festival one to be remembered.