The legendary funk and soul DJ will also play The Rabbit Hole’s Funkinghum Palace
Regular Glastonbury-staple Craig Charles has confirmed that he will be playing “another gig at Glastonbury” – In addition to the other two slots which have previously been confirmed – One being at Shangri-La (Friday 13:50-17:30), which will see Charles and his acclaimed ‘Funk & Soul Club’ take to the Truth Stage, and the other being Arcadia’s Bug (Saturday 19:00-20:00).
Tweeting out the poster of The Rabbit Hole’s Funkinghum Palace line-up earlier today (June 7), which lists part of the venue’s roster – the legendary funk and soul DJ appears to be one of the Palace’s “Special Guests”. See original tweet and poster below.
Another gig at Glastonbury! pic.twitter.com/8C19z8Hk8M
— Craig Charles (@CCfunkandsoul) June 7, 2019
Charles, who has a weekly weekend show on BBC Radio 6 Music, is a Worthy Farm regular and always draws a massive crowd as can be seen in the images below – taken from his last performance at Shangri-La’s Truth Stage at Glastonbury 2017.
Hey here’s a short clip I took too, from atop the tower. Great vantage point. Awesome gig! pic.twitter.com/vA8oZXpOKF
— Stu Floyd (@briggs_stuart) January 18, 2019
Meanwhile, recent weeks have seen the Festival share individual bills for the separate stages and areas – each containing newly added surprises for this year’s Worthy Farm event.
This year’s edition of the Festival is set to be headlined by Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure with the likes of Tame Impala, Miley Cyrus, George Ezra and Kylie Minogue also on the bill.
Glastonbury 2019 runs between June 26 and 30 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset.