The Park

Up at The Park, high over the Festival site, this vibrant home of eclectic fabulousness returns for 2024 with another line-up of sizzling acts as well as a few new treats to inspire wonder and ignite delight!

This year, we welcome two new venues bent on robbing your every inhibition, and filling your mind – and every synapse – with bacchian wonder.

First up, The Wishing Well. A place in which to ignite your deepest desires and unfurl your wildest wishes. Re-awaken all that inspires you, because at The Wishing Well – where dreams are made – hope springs eternal!

Further round the field, is the Park’s second new fun house: Scissors! An utterly delicious femme-queer venue where anything can (and does!) happen. Head to Scissors for a cut, or just come along to enjoy some of the daily talks, then slip out the back to discover a queer wonderland. Relax in the beer garden and play pool, or catch a movie in Flick Shack. With nightfall comes a twilight roster filling Kiki’s nightclub, where kaleidoscopic walls will keep you dancing til dawn.

These two new venues replace the legendary Rabbit Hole, which we bid a fond farewell to after 17 years.

The jewel in The Park’s crown is the glorious Park Stage; this year gilded with headlining performances by Fontaines D.C., Peggy Gou and London Grammar.

At The Stonebridge, the Park’s raucous home of debauched beats, expect back-to-back anthems and boisterous tunes courtesy of Annie Mac and Blumitsu, Eats Everything and Idris Elba.

Elsewhere at The Park, all the usual suspects return with unparalleled amusements in store. HMS Sweet Charity, Bimble Inn and the Crows Nest, welcome all weary travellers who have rambled this far. While the Free University of Glastonbury will quench your desire for knowledge with intellect-tickling talks from the likes of Professor Alice Roberts, Georgia Mann-Smith, Robin Ince and Shaun Keaveny.

Climb the Ribbon Tower for some iconic Glastonbury views, cast your own metal trinkets at the Forge or join the free-for-all jam sessions at the Big Easy Jam, or head to the sanctuary of Humblewell or the Spinney – back for its second year – for some revitalisation.

We’d like to warmly thank Oshana and Syrian refugees, Jamila, Bushra (both pictured below) and Nadia, for stitching the beautiful embroidered border featured in this year’s Park poster. Oshana provides women who have lost everything with a creative outlet for trauma through embroidery and crochet. The patterns are based on traditional Syrian and Palestinian embroidery motifs. Oshana is a project of Makani, an organisation that supports refugee women in the UK and Lebanon through the arts.

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