The draw for the 2021 PSDS “World Famous” Barrow of Booze was taken at midnight on the 19th of July, a little later than we had hoped. The video of the draw, with all of the entries added is shown below and publically visible through our YouTube channel.
We received a total of 827 entries to the draw, which raised exactly £827 for PSDS! Thank you all for donating, and good luck for next year!
We have great pleasure to announce the details of the new part of Mogstock, known as ‘Chill’. It is being held on Sunday the 18th of July. It is a “Come as You are” event, and showcasing some new young talent of the area. In the words of Poppy Jabelman, the showrunner, and her team:
“This year’s Mogstock Chill is for the so called “Generation Snowflake”: the people who’ve been told over and over again that they’re too sensitive, too PC and not able to handle the real world.
We believe that in today’s world, beset by uncertainty and injustice, that being ‘sensitive’ is no bad thing, and that those people who strive to be empathetic, to support others, to call out prejudice are more valuable than ever.
Our part of the festival aims to encourage empathy and soothe anxious minds, with a mix of old school classics, some great work by newer artists and viral favourites designed to put you at ease and bring people closer together.
In addition, we’re working with charities like Mind UK and the Surrey Wildlife Foundation to raise money for struggling young people and the protection of our beautiful countryside, promoting the vision of a kinder, more caring and balanced world.
When coming to Mogstock, you will be able to tell the band that you love the most, how much you love them! Scan this QR Code (or visit this link!) whilst they are playing and we will pass on that love!
Further to the announcement from the Prime Minister this evening (14 June), and the latest information on the delay to Step 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown, we are writing to update you on what this means for Mogstock’21.The UK Government has announced there will be a further series of pilot events as part of the Events Research Programme (ERP) over the next four weeks. We are reviewing the requirements that the Government and public health authorities are detailing and watching with bated breath the outcomes of the pilot events. We are expecting more information on the pilots to be announced later this week, at which point we will be able to confirm the next steps for this year’s event.We will communicate with all ticket holders as a matter of high priority in the coming days ahead. At this stage there is no requirement for you to contact us but please keep an eye out for official communications in due course.
If you wish to contact us directly please email firstname.lastname@example.org or direct message us via the tools supplied by Facebook. We will endeavour to answer as rapidly as we can.
Thank you. Stay safe, wear a mask, get vaccinated, rock on.