Glastonbury Festival announces two new stages at The Park for 2024


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Glastonbury has shared details of two new venues at The Park for 2024, The Wishing Well and Scissors.

The two new stages will replace The Rabbit Hole, and are described as being designed to “rob every inhibition” and fill both “your mind – and every synapse with bacchian wonder.”

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The Rabbit Hole will be retired from Worthy Farm this year, having been a fixture of The Park for 17 years.

The Wishing Well is described by the festival as a “place in which to ignite your deepest desires and unfurl your wildest wishes,” and to “Re-awaken all that inspires you, because at The Wishing Well – where dreams are made – hope springs eternal!”

Scissors, dubbed as a “queer wonderland’, is described as “an utterly delicious femme-queer venue where anything can (and does!) happen.”

The venue is set to host a range of activities, where you can get “a cut”, enjoy some daily talks including a Q&A session from Sophie Ellis-Bextor, play some pool in the bar, or watch a movie inside “Flick Shack”.

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Some of the names confirmed to play across the two new venues include Daniel Avery (electroclash set), Erol Alkan, Robin Ince, Shaun Keaveny, Felt Sound System, Beans On Toast, Stornoway and Flamingods.

They are added to a stacked lineup at The Park, which is set to welcome to its main stage the likes of Fontaines D.C, Peggy Gou and London Grammar.

Jamaal Johnson is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Instagram

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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