Indiependence will not go ahead next year as the North Cork music festival 'takes a break.'
Organisers confirmed that it would not be running the festival in Mitchelstown next year .
Indie began in 2006 and has attracted a number of big-name acts and performers over the years.
In a statement organisers say there will be no Indie24 as they take a break to 'recoup and relook,' but they are fully planning to bring the event back for 2025.
The statement posted on their social media channels said: "We started in 2006 in the town square, since then we've seen it all, rain, sunshine and hurricanes. We've had some wonderful times and some really difficult ones and now we need a little break to recoup and relook and hopefully come back stronger.
"Independence will be taking a break in 2024 with a view to seeing you again in 2025. Thank you to everyone who has helped and supported us over the years, we are more grateful than words can explain."