This is the first time The Park has had its own announcement since it was first introduced in 2007
The Park is the fourteenth major area / stage to announce its line-up for Glastonbury 2019 – following Unfairground, Pilton Palais, Croissant Neuf, Left Field, Acoustic Stage, West Holts, The Glade, Shangri-La, Theatre & Circus, The Kidzfield, The Common, Silver Hayes and Field of Avalon‘s announcements over the past weeks.
The Park returns for 2019 with its Stonebridge Bar, The Rabbit Hole, HMS Sweet Charity, The Free Universe of Glastonbury, The Bimble Inn, The Crow’s Nest, The Ribbon Tower, The Big Easy Jam, The Forge, and brand new venue which is known as Humblewell by day, and The WormHole by night (and apparently will be located where the Rabbit Hole used to reside).
Mark Ronson’s Club Heartbreak, Cat Power, Hot Chip, Rex Orange County, The Good, The Bad & The Queen and Michael Kiwanuka are just some of the names set to perform at Emily Eavis and her husband, Nick Dewey’s brainchild area this summer. See the line-up poster below.
In addition to the Brand new area Humblewell – a daytime wellness wonderland which at dusk morphs into late-night jazz home, The WormHole. See its dedicated line-up poster below.
The festival announcement reads: “Sitting high on the hill above Arcadia’s Pangea looking down towards the Tor, The Park is a treasure trove of welcoming, boundary-challenging venues and bustling bars, with a main stage hosting everything from breaking pop and indie acts to RnB and electronica, watched over by its very own rainbow-clad Ribbon Tower.
Having celebrated ten years of The Park at the last Festival, the year off has allowed The Park team to come back with many changes, new creations and locations; from the newly-updated Park Stage and Stonebridge Bar.
There’s also a new Sculpture Garden with work from acclaimed artists alongside the pleasingly hard-to-find Rabbit Hole, The Bimble Inn, HMS Sweet Charity and The Crow’s Nest, which hosts music and the inspiring speakers of The Free University Of Glastonbury.”
Following the last round of resale tickets which took place on Sunday, April 28 – all Glastonbury 2019 tickets have now sold out. That being said, you might still be in with a chance to go to this year’s festival by entering these competitions.
Glastonbury 2019 runs between June 26 and 30 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset.