Following the event's recent cancellation, Live Music Events Limited has gone into liquidation.
The news arrives a week after the two-day event was called off due to licensing issues with the venue, The Hop Farm. As reported by Music Week via Kent Online, the organisers originally said they were looking for a new location, but have since come out and cancelled all future events.
"Due to the actions of The Hop Farm last week it is with great regret that the directors have taken the decision to cancel all future events,” reads a statement from High Definition. "The decision is beyond their control due to the action of third parties and the impending insolvency of the company. If tickets have been purchased on cards we recommend contacting your card issuer for further instructions on how to possibly receive a chargeback. Alternatively we have managed to secure some ticket swap options for our customers given the circumstances. Everyone at High Definition sends a heartfelt apology for the situation it and its fans have been placed in."The festival's fifth edition was initially scheduled for July at Eridge Park, before "irresolvable issues" with the venue forced the organisers to make the switch to The Hop Farm in September. Luciano, Goldie and Apollonia would have been among the featured guests. RA has refunded all High Definition tickets.