Glastonbury Festival will look very one-of-a-kind this year, but as a minimum we may not ought to fear about the usual scramble to ebook tickets — this time round, capability is limitless.
On Wednesday morning, Glastonbury Festival introduced on Twitter that it'll return as a global livestream occasion in 2021, following its cancellation last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Live at Worthy Farm will take area in a couple of timezones over five hours on Saturday, May 22, with tickets costing £20 ($27.50). Artists at the invoice include Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Haim, Idles, Jorja Smith, Kano, Michael Kiwanuka, and Wolf Alice, along with special guests, who may be staged around the well-known pageant web site. The event's broadcast, with the intention to reportedly take visitors at some point of diverse components like the Pyramid Stage, is set to be directed by means of Paul Dugdale, responsible for filming Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande's tours for Netflix.
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This flow to a virtual competition isn't a entire wonder. Last year, to have a good time Glastonbury's 50th anniversary following the actual competition's cancellation, the BBC aired a special that combined stay performances with archived footage. More than 10 million people tuned in.
It's no marvel that given those huge viewing figures, and with the prospect of a 2d fallow 12 months, Glastonbury's organisers have determined to try their hands at a virtual live performance — specially with other fairs, like SXSW, already making moves to recreate the enjoy online.
Are livestreamed song fairs right here to stay? Time will tell. But for 2021, it is truely looking just like the fundamental flavour.
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