Wails: Fflam postponed
The rain in Wales falls mostly on FFLAM.
The festival, in its inaugural year, was due to take place next weekend (13-15 July) and was to be headlined by Manic Street Preachers, Keane and Placebo.
Organisers now say that the adverse weather conditions pissing off the kingdom for the last few weeks have forced a postponement.
"Due to the bad weather, we have been delayed in putting the infrastructure in place and it is a big concern that the weather conditions will hugely dampen the experience we want to give all our festival goers."
Is it physically possible to 'dampen' Keane? Anyway, organisers say it will definitely go ahead, and are looking to confirm when in the next week. Refunds are, obviously, available if this has aroused a sufficient portion of your ire.
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