This year’s Pub in the Park in Marlow has been cancelled for the second time this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The annual event was due to take place between May 15-17, but this was later postponed to the end of September.

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However, due to the uncertainty of what the autumn months could bring because of Covid-19, and with the possibility of a second wave, the popular food and music festival has been cancelled until 2021.

In a brief statement, the Pub in the Park team said: “We’ve been working hard to try to deliver you a full programme of Pub in the Park events in their original format, but for reasons we all understand, we’ve decided to postpone the original tour to 2021.

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“Pub in the Park ticket bookers have been sent an email to explain their options.

“For those who can’t wait that long to experience great food and live music we’ve created an exciting alternative especially for you…

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“Designed for these unusual times, Pub in the Park’s drive in Garden Party is an innovative way of enjoying amazing food and a great line-up of live music and all from the safety of your own private enclosure!”

This year’s Pub in the Park in Marlow would have seen the likes of Atul Kochhar, Angela Hartnett, and Claire Clarke show off their culinary skills, with big-name musicians such as Craig David, Heather Small, and Rick Astley also being in the town.

Next year’s event will take place in May, but dates have not been confirmed as of yet.

Fans of Pub in the Park can still attend the drive in Garden Party in Henley at the start of September, as this was set up as a replacement for this year's Pub in the Park due to coronavirus.

For ticket information, email