Glastonbury Festival announces line-up for The Rabbit Hole

Nick Warren, Junkyard Scientists, The Egg, Craig Charles, and more

published: Wed 8th Jun 2011

around the festival site (2)

Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£195 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 175000
last updated: Wed 29th Jun 2011

The line-up for The Rabbit Hole the 'hidden venue' at Glastonbury Festival has been announced, with acts including Nick Warren, Junkyard Scientists, The Egg, Craig Charles, The Drop, and many more.

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The Rabbit Hole is a Wonderland themed secret area found somewhere in The Park, and only accessible by going through a tunnel - hence the name.

Organisers have posted this account of finding it, "To enter Wonderland you had to answer a Lewis Carrol riddle, get given a carrot, then get on your hands and knees and crawl through a winding tunnel lit with fairy lights. You eventually emerge into a club, with a raised underlit dancefloor, DJ booth, toadstools. Once inside we were greeted by Alice and the Queen of Hearts who presided over an entourage of lunatics in a psychedelic Funkingham Palace. We stayed there far, far too long...... aiming to head there again this year."

From 6pm until 3am daily, the Arcadia stage will host an array of DJs and live acts creating the finest in genre busting musical mayhem including French d'n'b maestros Dirtyphonics, and Orbital DJ set, Monk3y Logic, Stanton Warriors, and The Specials' legend Neville Staple.

RABBIT HOLE
Thursday 23rd June
Nick Warren
Flying Rhino's DJs with James Monroe, Grantly and Slinky Wizard
The Vodka Jellies Karaoke band
Dark Moon
Joker And The Thief

Friday 24th June
Junkyard Scientists
Oui Ja Yes
The Mad Cows
Oh Land
Beth Rowley
The Age Of Glass
Will And The People
Skinny Lister
Rabbit Hole Grand Procession
Naseby Crossing

Saturday 25th June
Tribazik
The Egg
Craig Charles
GoldRay
Julie Daske
Grovesnor
The Transpersonals
StringerBessant (ex Reef)
Movin' Melvin Brown
Beans On Toast

Sunday 26th June
The Drop
Secret Guests
Y Niwl
The Fanclub
Dan Steer
Perhaps Contraption
Mik Artistic
Boxcar Aldous Huxley
Emilys eldest
White Rabbit's Records

Remember that the Festival wants festival-goers to work them to Love the farm, Leave no Trace by travelling light, only bringing what you're willing to carry home. When you buy your tent and camping gear, don't buy the cheapest, get something you'll want to keep. when it's time to go, pack up your stuff and take it away.

Tickets have sold out. To see the line-up in full, along with the latest rumours for some of the other stages, click here >> or to view it as a list click here.

Other attractions will include hands on craft, self-sufficient skill-learning, Hiroshima Peace Flame (burning since 1946), The Rabbit Hole, The Free University of Glastonbury, Mavericks Late Night Cabaret, Strummerville, Cubana Salsa Tent, Hurly Burly, Climate Camp Tripod Stage, HMS Sweet Charity, 'Babylon Uprising' Market Sound System, Arcadia, MP Caroline Lucas, The Dragon Field Underground Piano Bar, The Treehouse Café, The Cider Bus, White Ribbon Alliance Tattoo Parlour, The Crow's Nest Open Mic, The Pilton Palais cinema tent, The Worthy Farm Solar Array, Glastonbury FM, Worthy FM, sound artist Maria Marzaioli, The Glastonbury Firelighter daily newspaper and much, much more!

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

around the festival site (Arcadia)

Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£195 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 175000
last updated: Wed 29th Jun 2011


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