Croissant Neuf stage line-up revealed for Glastonbury Festival

plus line-up for bandstand, witches & wizards, giant flowers, mushrooms, and more

published: Tue 26th May 2009

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Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2009
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£175 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Tue 2nd Jun 2009

The line-up for the Croissant Neuf stage at next month's Glastonbury Festival has now been announced and includes Paolo Nutini, Steve Knightley, Chew Lips, King Porter Stomp, and many more.

Paolo Nutini


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Playing the venue at the heart of the Greenfields on Thursday will be Yes Sir Boss, and The Kingsize Five.

Friday's line-up will see The Dhol Blasters, Boat Band, Paolo Nutini, Steve Knightley, The Travelling Band, The Destroyers, and The Communicators play the longest established venue at the Festival apart from the Pyramid stage itself.

Saturday on the completely solar powered stage replete with LED stage lighting will see The Hit-Ups, Mankala, The Mandibles & Mandiblettes, and Bowjangles all appear. On Saturday evening Croissant Neuf brings from Brighton the Bliss Club Night featuring Chew Lips, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, The Correspondents, Cabaret and DJ's.

On Sunday Croissant Neuf plays host to King Porter Stomp, John Ashton Thomas & Ian Ritchie, Biggles Wartime Band, The Staves, The Chris Jagger Band, Ten Bears, and Freefall Collective.

This year, the field full of sculptures and garden areas mostly contributed by local craftspeople, will have a new bandstand. The central feature of the field in addition to the musicians there will be poets and street style acts. The line-up includes Park Bench Poet, Dubblehead, The Weavils, Mal Webb, Three Tons O' Grass, Weirdstrings, Jerry Cahill, Brooke Sharkey, Mik Artistik, Mark Levein, Ash Mandrake, Bowjangles, Paul Sax, Emrys Baird and Tony Slater, and Hot Vintage.

Also appearing for the first at the festival time will be Ian the Interdimensional Wizard with a range of demonstrations of unusual ideas, inventions and kit for practical use in the new civilization, including hydrogen power and 250,00 volts of solar power.

Another new addition for this year is the modern day witches and herbal remedy providers Sensory Solutions offering the chance to try some alternative remedies.

After dark the entertainment runs later than ever before with lanterns and giant illuminated flowers, mushrooms, and the bandstand carrying on into wee small hours alongside vintage cabaret, pole dancers, circus skills artistes and fire performances.

To see the most comprehensive list of Glastonbury Festival line-up details anywhere on the web, click here >>.

This year's Glastonbury Festival runs throughout the five full days from Wednesday 24th until Sunday 28th June 2009 at Worthy Farm, Somerset.

A full weekend ticket is priced at £175 (plus a booking fee of £5), and you must have a registration number to be able to purchase them.

To buy Glastonbury Festival tickets, there are a few still available, click here.

Each purchase must be matched with valid registration numbers.

Online registration is also available and can be carried out by clicking here.

The ticket price includes includes a FREE programme, a useful cloth bag, and small around the neck guide. Car parking tickets can be bought at the same time and are priced at £10 per vehicle, and campervan tickets are priced at £65 per van.

For detailed information on all aspects of the festival, click here.



Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2009
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£175 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Tue 2nd Jun 2009


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