Greenpeace returns to Glastonbury 2019 with their best field ever

June 15, 2019

The Greenpeace Field is back in the Green Fields for 2019 and invites you to celebrate the wonders and joys of nature,
 in all its diversity – how it fuels our existence and how we impact it.

This year Greenpeace are thrilled to announce BEAM – an awe-inspiring collaboration with Nottingham artist Wolfgang Buttress, famed for his Hive sculpture in Kew Gardens – designed to highlight the plight of the bees. Inspired by the existential challenges facing the pollinators, BEAM is a multi-sensory, immersive sculptural experience.

Also on the field this year will be the return of the Giant Rave Tree, a 22m high interactive tree housing a DJ booth (hosting Simian Mobile Disco amongst others); an amazing new bar in a beautifully designed space for you in which to chill out and escape the festival madness; a stage for some top-notch performances; the essential eco-friendly hot showers where last year over 7,000 people scrubbed-up nicely; our skate ramp hosting a bad-ass female skate team; and if that’s not enough, there’s also a massive drop-slide for all the adrenalin junkies on site!

Another big highlight this year is The Greenpeace Café – a delicious plant-based restaurant that wears its eco-credentials with pride. The Café will demonstrate that we still have an option to enjoy amazing food without harming the environment.

Check out the field’s line-up poster below and click here for more info on their Area page.


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