GLASTONBURY is gearing up for the return of the Abbey Extravaganza concert this evening.
The event has been cancelled for the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, but will return tonight (September 4).
Van Morrison will top the bill at this evening’s show, joined by Tanita Tikaram, The Staves and the Glastonbury Male Voice Choir.
The stage is set, stalls are ready, and the famous colourful bins have been brought over from nearby Worthy Farm – home of the Glastonbury Festival.
Many of the bins have been decorated by guests at the Worthy Pastures campsite, which operated at the festival site over the school summer holidays.
Michael Eavis said: “It’s so wonderful to be back together again enjoying this lovely space – especially to the songs of Van Morrison. What could be better?”
Can I still get tickets?
Online tickets are on sale until 3pm, costing £40 for adults and £20 for children aged up to 16. Bring your email confirmation with you.
Any remaining tickets (and we haven’t seen any ‘sold out’ notices around) will be available on the door. They will cost £45/£25.
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Meanwhile, do you recognise your bin from Worthy Pastures at the site?