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Glastonbury’s 360-degree A/V stage, The Gas Tower, to return for 2020 festival

Last year saw The Gas Tower introduce sustainability

Glastonbury's 360-degree immersive stage, The Gas Tower, will return in 2020.

The 10-metre high installation, which makes up part of Glastonbury's beloved Shangri-La arena, saw performances last year from the likes of Archie Hamilton, Bicep, Eats Everything, and Sub Focus. 

Glastonbury have now announced that the mega-structure will return in 2020. It will be the multimedia installations third year at the festival, with the 2019 edition seeing the arena entirely constructed from recycled plastic. 

In January, a council report on Glastonbury identified nine ways in which the festival's 50th anniversary edition this summer can improve on previous events.

After the greenest Glastonbury on record in 2019, when 99.3% of all tents taken to Worthy Farm were removed from the site by campers, the festival have introduced a sustainable Sticklinch campsite for 2020's edition.