Glastonbury's new late night arena, Shangri La, has revealed its plans for this year's festival.
Organsiers are promising a world of optimism, exoticism, escapism and a voyage of discovery in itself.
There will be hoedowns happening at the Barn Stage, DJs spinning at The Gramophon Salon and sessions around the Strummerville Campfire.
Shangri La will have free-party roots in Nomads Land, a rave in the Tilted Disco House and a Secret Garden as well, though organisers suggest festival-goers avoid Boardwalk if they are of an overly sensitive disposition.
The fields will also include the Slumbarave, Jacuzzi Lounge, Shackney, Club Dada and Bassline Circus.
Shangri La replaces the Lost Vagueness fields, which were an integral part of the festival for the past ten years. The fields will have a licence until 6am on the Friday and Saturday nights of the festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset over 27-29 June.