Glastonbury Festival. Glastonbury
Boomtown (pictured) cancelled its 2021 event after citing a lack of insurance support from the UK government
Emily Eavis previously confirmed that the festival had applied for a licence to hold a concert at Worthy Farm in September
The House of Commons' Select Committee spoke with MP Caroline Dinenage yesterday (24th)
Emily Eavis announced the news in a post via Instagram
The House of Commons' Select Committee will speak with Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage on Wednesday (24th)
The designer first went to Glastonbury in 1970
The funds will be added to the £1.57 billion announced in July 2020
Festivals including Eastern Electrics, Field Day, Creamfields and Boomtown have all sold out in the past week
'We have tried everything, but have now made this painful decision'
“In case festivals still get canceled due to changing COVID circumstances, organisers are likely to be compensated for the costs"