Shangri-La Glastonbury, a radical area of the legendary festival, with a deep history of celebrating underrepresented art and culture, shares its line-up, with highlights including Arrivals, Glastonbury Festival’s first dedicated South Asian space. 

The field, in the South East corner of the Festival, will also host takeovers across its stages from a mix of collectives including 20 Years of Risky Roadz, 25 Years of Defected Records, Back To Mine, Booty Bass, Earache Records, Joy (Anonymous) & Friends, London Trans+ Pride & The Chateau, Misscoteque, Pxssy Palace, Sista Selecta, Sportsbanger, SWANA Collective, Uncommon Records and Village Underground.

By inviting new collaborators each year, the furthest corner of the Festival continues to evolve in original and new ways. By holding a mirror up to the masses, creating conversations, encouraging activism and stimulating all of the senses at the same time, Shangri-La is a creative playground that aims to expand minds and open hearts, motivating people in politics and play.



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