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GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL 2019

Article: Jake De Glanville

After a fallow year, Glastonbury was back at Worthy Farm and better than ever, featuring new revamped stages as well as Glastonbury's old faithful's. All designed perfectly for electronic music's best to shell it down over the long weekend. Here we shed light on the most sought after ID's from the weekend and let me tell you this, five blissful days in the West Country provided more than a fair few.

Photo credit: Andrew Whitton / NME

Photo credit: Andrew Whitton / NME

The new IICON stage remains one of the standout electronic stages of the weekend, the brainchild of Gideon Berger. The slots were carefully crafted with the headline Saturday night 02:30 - 04:30 slot being left in the capable hands of the Hessle Audio team, undoubtedly one of the highlights of the weekend.


James Hillard (Horse Meat Disco) // Friday // NYC Downlow // 03:00-06:00

James has played his fair share of NYC Downlow sets and he turned Glastonbury’s iconic gay club into a hot sweaty mess on the Friday night, to get everyone right into the swing of things. Nick Grimshaw was among those belting a classic extended disco version of This Is My Life by Shirley Bassey as the lights came on at 6am to absolute euphoria.

NYC Downlows Meatrack

NYC Downlows Meatrack


Shanti Celeste B2B Moxie B2B Peach B2B Saoirse // Thursday Stonebridge Bar // 19:00 – 22:00


Eris Drew // Sunday // Temple // 02:00-03:30

The sheer size of the colosseum shaped Temple Stage.

The sheer size of the colosseum shaped Temple Stage.

Job Jobse // Thursday // The Beat Hotel // 01:00-03:00 

He even squeezed in a fitting tribute to Kylie’s Sunday legends slot:

The Beat Hotel in the evening sun

The Beat Hotel in the evening sun


Bradley Zero Feat. Pinty // Friday // Stonebridge Bar // 01:15 - 02:45


DJ Tahira // Sunday // The Wormhole // 02:00 – 04:00

Sunset over the Park stage.

Sunset over the Park stage.