Ukrainian Eurovision 2021 finalists Go-A have announced they will be making an appearance at Worthy Farm next month – in front of thousands on the John Peel Stage.
The electro-folk group was selected to represent their country in 2020 but instead competed in 2021 after the previous competition was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. They finished a respectable fifth at the event in Rotterdam with their song ‘SHUM’.
In a post on Facebook, the group said: “Friends, we have amazing news! We are coming to Glastonbury!
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“We are going to play the legendary Glastonbury British Festival this summer. This festival is one of the biggest musical events, attracting hundreds of thousands of people from all over the planet. Glastonbury’s 50 year history has brought together all the artists the world’s most famous on We are incredibly honored to have our band’s name featured in this year’s lineup.”
They underscored the enormity of their upcoming gig, with the band soon to grace a stage that once hosted Florence and the Machine and The Killers.
“About all that hurts and all that hurts inside, we’ll sing from one of the greatest stages, the John Peel Stage aka the New Music Stage. In his day playing on this stage introduced legends like Florence + the Machine, The XX, Daughter, The Killers, London Grammar and many more. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it?
“See you on June 25 at the Glastonbury Festival! Let’s write the history of music together!”
They also announced they were looking for a promoter to help arrange further dates to perform across the UK, with all proceeds going to the Ukrainian military.
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