This year The Park celebrates 10 years at Glastonbury with their biggest line-up ever. The Flaming Lips return to the Festival for the first time since 2010 to headline Friday night, with Warpaint back in The Park on Saturday and Kano making his debut, topping the bill Sunday night. Sleaford Mods, Songhoy Blues, Sampha, Angel Olsen and Sigrid also come to The Park for the first time for performances on the over the weekend.
The Park is organised by Emily Eavis and situated in the far South West corner of the Festival overlooking the whole site. Besides The Park Stage there are late-night manoeuvres in the Stonebridge Bar, Rabbit Hole, HMS Sweet Charity, Crow’s Nest, Silent Disco, Bimble Inn and Treehouse, as well as bars, cafes, the Free University of Glastonbury, markets (including a book shop), art installations, tipi villages, a 17-metre Ribbon Tower and a working Forge.