Glastonbury Festival has launched its very own TikTok account.
No TikTok dances just yet, but two videos have already been published building festival-goers excitement for this summer's Worthy Farm gathering.
“We now have an official TikTok account” Glastonbury tweeted, with the link to its new account, which can be found here.
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The first post shows Glastonbury’s vintage printing press in action. Usually used to print on-site newspaper The Glastonbury Free Press, in this video shows it printing the Stanley Donwood Ukraine-themed posters which are raising funds for War Child UK.
Since that TikTok, there has also been a post showing the almighty Pyramid Stage with some facts and history which you can watch below.
@glastonbury The world famous Pyramid Stage #glastonbury #billieeilish #paulmccartney #kendricklamar ♬ original sound - Glastonbury Festival
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Recently, Glastonbury’s Silver Hayes has revealed its full line-up along with two new stages to showcase these acts.
Last month, the main festival line-up was announced with headliners confirmed as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar and Diana Ross as well as a slew of electronic names including Four Tet, Bicep, and Caribou.
This year Glastonbury will take place from June 22 to 27 at the famous Worthy Farm in Somerset for the first time since 2019.
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