More for Glastonbury's William's Field area
The Wombats added as details emerge for the new arena
Photographer: Cher Permaul14 May 2009
All three will play The Queen’s Head stage, which used to be housed in the Other Field, on the Thursday (25
June) of the festival.
As revealed yesterday (Wednesday) the new arena, named after Michael Eavis’ grandfather, will be housed between the Pyramid Stage and Acoustic Field – where the Left Field Tent stood last year.
Another new venue, The Snug, which will offer DJ sets and Singstar sessions, will be next to The Queen’s Head, while relaxed grooves tent Chai Wallah and Joe Banana’s Silent Disco will also be found in the new arena.
Organisers will also erect a double sided 25-metre square screen will be showing short films, highlights of performances on the main stages from the previous day and performances from the Queen’s Head.
William’s Green is also set to offer street theatre, walkabout performances, a new circus stage, a Reggae Delights sound system, The Bandstand and shopping and eating stalls.
Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Blur will headline this year's Glastonbury Festival 2009 which take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset from 24-28 June.
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