Citadel Festival has revealed on its social media that it will close its doors, as Lovebox – which runs the day before Citadel at the same site on the same weekend – reveals in will expand from two, to three days.

Organisers of Citadel, MAMA Festivals, confirmed on its official Instagram and Twitter handles last night that the Gunnersbury-based one-day event is no more. However, the posts have since been taken down.

Access has contacted MAMA for clarification.

The post read: “After five incredible years of Citadel, the time has come for the sun to set on the ultimate summer Sunday. We want to say a massive thank you to every single one of you who has ever attended the festival, and to every artist, performer, speaker and volunteer who we have worked with to create some truly unforgettable moments. See you in another universe. The Citadel team.”

Meanwhile, Lovebox Festival, also run by MAMA, has announced that it will expand to three days in 2020, taking place from 12-14 June 2020.

Its Facebook page revealed: “We are delighted to announce that next year we’ll be adding a whole extra day to the Lovebox weekend and we’re moving one month earlier so you can start your summer right.”

Lovebox will return to west London’s Gunnersbury Park, it’s home for the past few years.