Virtual Festivals is proud to introduce the Glastonbury Inter@ctive multimedia tent, which will combine digital arts and technology with special live performances and allow visitors to interact with fans outside the festival
Presented in association with Culture Group and disability campaigners Scope, the Glastonbury Inter@ctive tent will take the form of a unique “GeoDome” area, situated in the new Dance Village at the festival.
Visitors are invited to not only meet the VF team, but also contribute to the online coverage of the festival (via this site and the official one) by sharing digital photos and experiences. There will also be “sofa session” discussions and live performances by some of the most talented acts, including surprise visits by some very special guests.
Big screens will show our video footage from around the site, as we lose ourselves in the festival and meet some of the most colourful characters on the planet, and chat to artists and celebrities backstage.
The ‘Scope: Time to get equal’ initiative will provide the opportunity to add support to a campaign against disablism that is endorsed by some of the great voices of equality, including Nelson Mandela.
So if you’re at the festival, come down and say hello! If you’re not, log-on to the message boards and say hello (and follow our coverage updated live during the event).
In other VF @ Glastonbury news, we’re also thrilled to be hosting a night of live entertainment featuring some true legends – Friday at the Leftfield. See here for more.