Glastonbury Festival‘s Emily Eavis will be the first guest on Rob da Bank‘s new podcast
As previously reported, Rob da Bank caused quite a stir on Twitter and Instagram last month, as he took to the social media platforms to inform his followers that he is “off to […] Worthy Farm on a secret mission …” and that “Glasto fans” should “watch this space”.
We now know what Rob and Glastonbury boss Emily Eavis got up to in the wintry shadow of the Pyramid Stage – taking once again to the socials, the DJ and Bestival co-founder revealed that he has been beavering away on a brand new podcast series titled ‘The A-Z of Festivals with Rob da Bank‘.
The first episode of Rob’s new podcast, which is set to launch Wednesday (13 March), was recorded down at Worthy Farm and will feature “super special guest Emily Eavis”.
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Calling all festival fans and podcast gurus… I’ve been beavering away on a brand new podcast series – The A-Z of Festivals with Rob da Bank… it’s all in the bag/microphone now and launching next Wednesday with super special guest @emily_eavis recorded down at Worthy Farm aka Glasto Transcentral! First series will include @boomtownfairofficial @endoftheroad @wildernesshq @shambalafest and some worldwide festivals too.. It’s a mix of news, backstage gossip, hidden secrets and headliner announces and tiny band exposes… if it sounds like your kinda earfood pls subscribe here iTunes: https://apple.co/2UpMhU2 Or here: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2tVTyj8 Acast: http://bit.ly/2Hhl16F Thanks for listening and see you next Wednesday ..LINK IN BIO #festivals #podcast #robdabank ⛺️
In response to a question about whether listeners could expect “any Glastonbury scoops” – Rob replied: “as far as i’m aware there are at least two bits i’ve not heard anywhere else..”
as far as i’m aware there are at least two bits i’ve not heard anywhere else.. 💪
— Rob da Bank (@RobdaBank) March 7, 2019
In addition to Glasto talk, the first series will also include Boomtown Fair, End Of The Road, Wilderness Festival, Shambala Festival, and some worldwide festivals too. Rob da Bank says: “It’s a mix of news, backstage gossip, hidden secrets and headliner announces and tiny band exposes,”.
More as we hear it.