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Glastonbury 2019’s Pyramid and Other Stages ornaments

Glastonbury 2019’s Pyramid and Other Stages ornaments

Check out what the Pyramid and Other Stages art pieces look like at this year’s Glastonbury Festival

Following Glastonbury Festival opening its gates this morning at 8am, Glasto-goers and workers at the festival took to social media to share their photos of what the Worthy Farm site looks like so far.


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Photos have been circulating the web depicting this year’s Pyramid and Other Stages ornaments in the week building up to the festival. The art pieces – which seem to be celebrating Planet Earth – first appeared online on artist Joe Rush’s Instagram account as seen in the photos below.


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Previous years’ decorations to the Pyramid Stage have included a lightning bolt symbol in honour of David Bowie, eagle wings attached to a peace sign and a mechanical phoenix – all designed by artist Joe Rush, whose elaborate works have previously featured at the festival and who Michael Eavis describes as “the glue that keeps it all going”.

“This is my piece on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury this year, painting by Peter Rush, metalwork by Iain, Luke, Sam and Silver,” said Rush, sharing the image on Instagram. “There’s only one planet and we all breathe the same air.”

One of the ways the environmental agenda will be championed at this year’s festival is by a procession led by Extinction Rebellion, Water Aid and Greenpeace which will kick off from The Park at 4pm tomorrow.

Festival-goers are due to be greeted by temperatures of up to 23°C from mid-afternoon, for what is predicted to be one of the hottest Glastonbury’s to date.

Glastonbury 2019 runs from Wednesday 26 June until Sunday 30, and will see headliners The Cure, Stormzy, The Killers take to the Pyramid Stage addition performances from Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, George Ezra, Miley Cyrus and Tame Impala, to name but a few. Check out the full stage times and schedule HERE.

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