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Glastonbury stream technical nightmare leaves thousands of ticket holders without access

Image by Anna Barclay for Glastonbury Festival via Getty Images Glastonbury Festival experienced a livestream error this past weekend when thousands of ticket holders were denied access to the stream on the night of May 22nd.  The festival announced that they would be going digital for the 2021 edition, with

With much uncertainty in the air over the past few months from Glastonbury Festival founders Michael and Emily Eavis regarding whether Glastonbury is going to be taking place this year, unfortunately it has officially been confirmed that Glastonbury Festival 2021 is going to have to be postponed once again to

Following the cancellation of the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival, the future of when and how the festival will return has been on everyone’s minds.  The 50th edition of the festival was scheduled to occur in June 2020, yet founders Michael and Emily Eavis were required to postpone the event

Feature Image Credit: Rhodri Williams The news regarding the future of the beloved Glastonbury Festival has been turbulent this year as live music has come to halt due to the pandemic. The festival, which usually takes place in June of every year – summer, in the northern hemisphere – was

“I’m still hoping I’m going to be running next year. I’m going to be moving heaven and earth to make sure that we do.” As the future of live music and festivals continues to remain unpredictable, there is a sense of hope and optimism many of us are attempting to

Glastonbury Festival organisers Michael and Emily Eavis have expressed fears in an interview with The Guardian that the beloved festival could face bankruptcy if not able to take place in 2021. The UK government is going to need to step up and support the British arts more broadly. This country’s

Glastonbury’s Shangri-La team have announced a new virtual reality festival set to take place on July 3rd – July 4th. Our mission is to pioneer new ways of sharing culture and creating a global community that we feel defines us and our ethos. We need unity more than ever right

As we reach the dawn of a new decade, it’s difficult not to find ourselves absolutely perplexed at the inequality and discrimination present in all facets of our society, and our lives; and of course, the same is said for the music world – when it comes to gender inequality,

There’s nothing quite like the companionship between music and film; visuals to engulf us, immerse us – sculpt narratives between sound and the imagination; provide context – to reflect, and even perhaps get to know, in our own small ways – the artists behind the music we consume. The creation

When it comes to planning, and properly executing a music festival – the resources needed are incredibly expansive.The amount of time, energy, money and technical planning it takes to find venues, book musicians, manage marketing and PR, figure out catering, organise safety and security measures, stages and sound engineering –

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