Show date change

Show Date Change

We have been holding out in the hope that things can change quicker than they have. We always knew the August date was being rather optimistic and that we would more than likely have to rearrange to September or October. However, after lengthy discussions with the venue we are faced with the facts that crowds, more than likely, will not be allowed even in those months.

We have considered a show behind closed doors and although we get incredible support through our sponsors I personally don’t feel that is best for the company. I am not one to shy away from risks, only last year we took a massive risk and successfully promoted a great show at Sheffield arena, this risk is not very calculated though, in my opinion. I have to make the decisions which are best for the company, the brand, staff, partners and our brilliant fan base. We have then had to look towards the September/October dates with a smaller, social distanced crowd and I feel that at this moment in time I wouldn’t want to take away the fantastic atmosphere that is created by the crowd in attendance. Here we are now having to face reality that the only decision we have left is to take out the summer show and look towards our Christmas show on the 5th December 2020.

With that I would like to thank everyone that has supported us by continually engaging with our content online and purchasing tickets. Any tickets that have been purchased will be valid for the December show, if there is a problem with the date we will give a no quibble refund.

As disappointed as myself and the team are, we have to keep in mind that there are those that have paid the ultimate cost during this pandemic. 

The Caged Steel team would like to wish you all the best health and hope to see you on December 5th at Doncaster Dome.

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