The organisers of a festival in Cumbria have announced that the event will not take place next year.
In a statement they said that the postponement "allows us a much needed break after ten long years, and also gives us the chance to concentrate our efforts on Solfest 2015."
The statement continues,
"When we return, we intend to remain one of the most loved and best valued family friendly festivals in the country.
"We would like to thank all our supporters for their hard work and commitment over the last ten years.
"We are as committed as ever to the Solfest ethos and our passion for getting it right and creating the type of festival which you all deserve.
"We look forward to seeing each and every one of you back in our usual spot between the 28th and 30th of August 2015. We’ll keep the grass warm for you!"
The chairman of Solfest, Simon Kay, says that the festival has a great family feel and no drugs are tolerated on site:
A man who died at one of the the largest music festivals in Cumbria has been named as Barry Findley from County Durham.
The 51-year-old, who was attending Solfest, was found dead in his tent at 4.20am.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, and it is believed that he died of natural causes.
A man in his 50's has died at one of Cumbria's largest music festivals, Solfest.
Police were called out to the Aspatria site at 4.20am, after being alerted by the ambulance service.
The death is not being treated as suspicious and police believe the man, who is not thought to be local, died of natural causes.
Around 10,000 people are expected to arrive in Aspatria for one of Cumbria's largest music festivals.
The three-day event is now its 10th year and headliners this year include Maximo Park and Krafty Kuts.
The festival is staffed by volunteers and prides itself on being an independent family friendly event.