What is the target market for Glastonbury?

What is the target market for Glastonbury?

Glasto has high awareness, appreciation and attracts underserved audiences, particularly youth. Need to remind audiences about the BBC’s exclusive access and on-demand content on both platforms, and build excitement for the big event. Young music fans, 16-34 who may not have watched or listened on the BBC before.

What year did Orbital headline Glastonbury?

Orbital – NME Stage, 1994.

Who has appeared at Glastonbury the most?

Van Morisson has played at the festival a staggering seven times: 1982, 1987, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1997 and 2005. In other words, he’s a Glasto’ legend.

When were Blur at Glastonbury?

Blur (2009) Albarn headlined again in 2010, making him the only person (or animation) to headline two years running. However, Blur ignited a hungry crowd craving the 90s spirit made flesh. Freshly reunited and at Glastonbury for the first time in a decade, this was Blur at their best.

What type of person goes to Glastonbury?

“Surprisingly, the overall average age is 39, though the age group most highly represented are 21- to 25-year-olds (18 percent), but very close second were those between 41 and 50 (17.5 percent).

Who is Glastonbury aimed at?

The Glastonbury Festival aims to encourage and stimulate youth culture from around the world in all its forms, including pop music, dance music, jazz, folk music, fringe theatre, drama, mime, circus, cinema, poetry and all the creative forms of art and design, including painting, sculpture and textile art.

How many times have orbital played Glastonbury?

Orbital played memorable shows at the festival in 1994, 1995 and 2002.

Who was the last person to headline Glastonbury?

Kendrick Lamar
The Glastonbury headliner line-up that never was after the coronavirus crisis ended hopes of a 2020 festival. Kendrick Lamar was the last headliner to be announced, following in the footsteps of Stormzy in 2019.

What is the average age at Glastonbury?

The average age of the headliners this year is 45 years and two months, a slight drop from 49 years and one month when the festival last went ahead in 2019.

Can you leave Glastonbury and come back?

If you exit the site during the weekend, you will be given a Pass Out Voucher – hang onto this! It is very important as you need it in order to get back in. Do not give it to anyone else! Security staff may ask to see your ticket during the event too – so keep it secure!

What was the best Glastonbury festival ever?

Best Glastonbury headliners

  • The Smiths, 1984.
  • Metallica, 2014. Before Metallica, Glastonbury never really embraced heavy metal.
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex, 1970. £16.16.
  • Paul McCartney, 2004. Watch on YouTube.
  • Dolly Parton, 2014. Watch on YouTube.
  • Stormzy, 2019. £5.82.
  • Beyoncé, 2011. Watch on YouTube.
  • Jay-Z, 2008. £4.35.

Who headlined the first Glastonbury?

The original headliners were The Kinks: brothers Ray and Dave Davies had fronted the band since 1964, but since the days of the beat boom their music had mutated into something quintessentially English, most typified by their 1968 album The Village Green Preservation Society.

Can you shower at Glastonbury?

Due to the enormous demands on our water supply, Glastonbury is not able to offer large numbers of public showers. For those desperate for a shower, there are a small number of showers available at the bottom of the Kidzfield and in the Greenpeace field, but you should expect to queue for a while to use them.

Is Glastonbury the best festival in the world?

Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world and a template for all the festivals that have come after it. The difference is that Glastonbury has all the best aspects of being at a festival in one astonishing bundle.