Talented Dionne was due to perform, as well as host, at the event, but after testing positive, she had to put her festival plans on hold.
She said: “Since I’ve been back gigging I’ve have done loads of lateral flow tests, and unfortunately on the Monday before Vibration I tested positive.
"I’ve been absolutely fine, I’ve not had any symptoms and feel great – so it was a disappointment to not be able to attend.”
Her latest track is set to land tomorrow (Friday) and she promises that it is the ultimate feel good tune.
"It’s a feel good, late summer, 90s vibe track about enjoying your life and having a good time,” she said.”
The 27-year-old said she was inspired to pen the track after she got her life back on track after leaving a toxic relationship, before going on to meet her fiancé Chalmers.
"I had just met my fiancé and started living my life again, going out with friends, having a laugh, and having a good time."
Since coming out of lockdown, Dionne is fully booked and there is a future collaboration in the pipeline with a well-known trance and dance producer.
"Gig wise I’m fully booked for the rest of the year.
"Hopefully next year I can get back to doing festivals - I’m keeping my fingers crossed it all goes to plan” she added.