Over a dozen new acts for the G Stage (formerly the Glade Stage) and Spirit of 71 Stage at Glastonbury 2011.
Nihal and a Shpongle DJ Set will entertain the G Stage on Friday (June 26), with 3 Daft Monkeys, Baku Dan and Moussa Kouyate and a DJ Yoda AV Show to play the stage on Saturday and Herve, Modestep, Cassetteboy + Dj Rubbish, and Chris Tofu playing the Sunday.
Charles Hazlewood All Stars -‘Tubular Bells Project‘, Funktion One Experimental Soundfield, Melanie, Yorke Dance Project, Abraham Sanyang & Moussa Kouyate, Tom E Lewis and Friends, Bex Marshall and Marsupilami have all been added to Friday on the Spirit of 71 stage.
Funktion One Experimental Soundfield Old Skool House, Murray Lachlan Young, Mick Farren with The Last Men Standing, Spirit of 71 House Band Jam with Steve Hillage, Noel Harrison Trio and friends and Solstice String Quartet are new for the Saturday.
Last Star Pilot and Murray Lachlan Young are new for the Sunday on the Spirit of 71 Stage.
Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2011 have now sold out.
For those with tickets, National Express are still selling coach travel packages to the event.
Click here to buy National Express coach tickets.
More and more festival-goers are travelling by coach to events because of its green credentials.
It saves money on car parking and the coach drops ticket-holders closer to the campsite than any other mode of transport.
National Express is the official coach partner of theGlastonbury Festival 2011.
This year, Glastonbury organisers are offering an extra incentive to ‘Green Travellers’ other than the cleaner air and clear conscience.
Green Travellers will be rewarded for their heroics with a lanyard entitling them to discount meal vouchers, solar showers, cut-price merchandise and access to compost toilets.
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