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Glastonbury 2024 announces full line-up for The Park – including two new venues
Glastonbury Festival has announced the 2024 line-up for The Park, including two brand-new venues. Find all the details below.The legendary Worthy Farm event is due to return next month, boasting headline sets from Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA, as well as the likes of Shania Twain, LCD Soundsystem, Little Simz and The National.Following the initial wave of acts being confirmed in March, organisers have been drip-feeding separate posters for the festival’s many areas and stages – including Left Field, Woodsies, The Glade, the Acoustic Stage, Silver Hayes and The Common.Today (May 15) Glastonbury has revealed another list of names for The Park, which will be headlined by Fontaines D.C., Peggy Gou and London Grammar – all of whom were announced previously.The new additions for the stage are Johnny Flynn, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Lynks, Moonchild Sanelly, Kara Jackson, Lime Garden, Problem Patterns, and Voice For Soprano performed by Bishi.They’ll join artists such as King Krule, Orbital, Ghetts, Aurora, Dexys, This Is The Kit, The Breeders, Mount Kimble and Barry Can’t Swim in the area.It has also been announced that The Park’s much-loved Stonebridge Bar will feature DJ sets from Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker, Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Annie Mac, Groove Armada, Idris Elba, Rudimental (B2B Todd Edwards), Fleetmac Wood and many more.A post shared by Glastonbury Festival (@glastofest)Additionally, The Park has introduced two new venues for 2024: The Wishing Well and Scissors.
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Justice speak out on “very embarrassing” meme of them singing Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Under The Bridge’ to Anthony Kiedis
Justice have reflected on the “very embarrassing” moment that they serenaded Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis with one of his own songs.The French duo – comprised of Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé – looked back at the moment during a new interview with NME for the In Conversation series, in celebration of their new album ‘Hyperdrama’.During the discussion, the pair were asked about their tour documentary Across the Universe, which they shared back in 2008. The electronic group then went on to reveal that they haven’t considered watching the film recently – particularly because of one “embarrassing” moment that caught fans’ attention.“I haven’t seen it since it was released, actually,” de Rosnay said, with his bandmate going on to confirm that he had “seen a bit here and there” since its release 15 years ago.Going on to recall which aspect of the project he keeps seeing, de Rosnay explained: “The bit [that keeps] resurfacing is where I sing ‘Under The Bridge’ to Anthony Kiedis’s face, which was very embarrassing even to do, you know what I mean?He continued, explaining how the awkward moment arose: “Because this documentary was shot in a very short amount of time, we had to have the maximum amount of footage and just, like, make things happen otherwise there would be nothing happening.
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We Are FSTVL 2024 cancelled due to “record levels of rainfall” in UK
Chase & Status and Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz were booked to headline, and other performers included Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, LF System, Dennis Ferrer, Hannah Wants, Groove Armada (DJ Set) and Low Steppa.Now, the organisers of the Dagenham festival have confirmed that the event has been forced to be cancelled due to the weather conditions, and set to return in 2025 instead.Taking to Facebook this afternoon (April 29), the official page shared an update, explaining that the decision was made by the local council and organisers were left “devastated” by the news.“Last year, when we were looking for a new home, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham offered us the beautiful Central Park and we worked with them to create detailed plans for how the Festival would work this year and be better than ever before,” the update read.“We had invested time and money into the new site, new stages and brought in a new Creative Team to bring the weekend to life with immersive experiences and large art installations, alongside the already fantastic lineup, which we couldn’t wait to share with you.An Important Update Regarding We Are FSTVL 2024.Posted by We Are FSTVL on Monday, April 29, 2024“Sadly, and just days before we were due to attend on-site to start the build, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham accepted that they could not deliver a safe event space that was fit for the purpose of allowing us to stage We Are FSTVL 2024.”The post continued, adding how it was forced to cancel the event due to putting punters’ health at the forefront: “London Borough of Barking and Dagenham say that the difficult decision to cancel has been made for health and safety reasons after record levels of rainfall this year.“We are heartbroken
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Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant reveals the “worst moment” of his life at Glastonbury
Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant has said that the duo’s performance at Glastonbury in 2022 was the “worst moment” of his life.The electronic duo’s performance on The Other Stage on the Sunday of the festival was marred by technical difficulties which saw Tennant have to perform solo for six songs.Although they also delighted fans by bringing out Olly Alexander to perform ‘It’s A Sin’, Tennant has now reflected on how difficult that moment was in a new interview.“In our show there’s a screen and the screen goes up briefly, Chris and I appear and walk forward,” he told BBC Breakfast. “Glastonbury of course is live on television, we were headlining the Other Stage on the Sunday night, there’s 70,000 people there.“And the screen rose by about 10 inches and stopped and we just looked at each other and we couldn’t talk because you have the music in your headphones then.“So we both made a dash for it and ran around the front, Chris couldn’t get to his front keyboard in time so he went to a second keyboard positioned at the back and suddenly I run around and I think “I’m here by myself on live on television”.’He continued: “I didn’t know what had gone wrong, no one tells you and I had to do the first six songs by myself with an empty keyboard next to me.”“There’s was a real adrenaline rush off that.
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