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Responding to comments made by Spice Girls' Mel B on BBC radio 

Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis has denied claims the festival has been cancelled for 2021. 

Responding to comments made in a BBC Radio 5 Live interview by...

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The increase in Glastonbury 2023’s ticket price has prompted co-organiser Emily Eavis to issue a statement on social media.


Yesterday (17th October) it was revealed...

The co-organiser made a similiar comment after last year's festival was cancelled

Glastonbury organisers have denied that the festival could go bankrupt.

After announcing another forced fallow year for Glastonbury amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, festival co-organiser...

Ticket resale has also been moved to April 2021

Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis says the festival is "very much aiming" to take place in June next year.

Despite Michael Eavis recently stating he thinks...

“We're talking about a situation where the goalposts move weekly and sometimes daily”

Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis has said that the festival is still “quite a long way” from being able to confirm its return to Worthy Farm...

Ticket holders for future festivals may also have to prove they are virus free

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis has warned the legendary festival could go bankrupt.

Speaking to The Guardian yesterday (25th June), Eavis, alongside his daughter Emily, stressed...

It will be renamed The Variety Bazaar...

Glastonbury will change its name in 2019 when it temporarily moves to a new location, festival organiser Michael Eavis has confirmed. 

He revealed the festival's...

Emily Eavis announced the news in a post via Instagram 

Glastonbury organisers have applied for a licence to hold an event on the Worthy Farm site this year.

Back in January, after confirming that they...

Emily Eavis revealed the news on Twitter last night...

After months of talk that Glastonbury will host an event away from its current site, Emily Eavis confirmed the news on Twitter last night.

Addressing...

Emily Eavis previously confirmed that the festival had applied for a licence to hold a concert at Worthy Farm in September

Glastonbury Festival has teased a new event.

Late yesterday afternoon (25th), the official Glastonbury Festival Twitter account shared a mysterious teaser video with the hashtag...

Jay-Z, Noel Gallagher and more have contributed to the book

2020 will mark 50 years since the very first Glastonbury and to mark the occasion, the much-loved festival is releasing a new book.

Featuring contributions...

The 50,000 capacity event will be held solely at the iconic Pyramid Stage

Glastonbury has been granted permission to hold a one-day festival this year.

In January, the Somerset festival announced it was officially cancelled for 2021 due...

The structure will stretch 60-metres... 

There will be an “enormous” Victorian pier at Glastonbury this year, according to founder Michael Eavis. 

Speaking at the launch of 'Stories From The Wasteland'...

Organisers are hoping the event can go ahead following the cancellation of this year's main festival

Up to 50,000 people could attend Glastonbury's Worthy Farm site this September after plans were submitted to the local council for a two-day concert.

The festival's organisers...

Co-festival organiser Emily Eavis called the effort "absolutely incredible"...

99.3% of all tents at this year's Glastonbury were taken home.

Posting on Twitter, Emily Eavis called the statistic was "absolutely incredible". She continued...