Glastonbury Festival: Pyramid Stage takes shape at Worthy Farm for the first time in three years

Glastonbury Festival fans may be starting to get a little more excited now that the Pyramid Stage is starting to take shape. Worthy Farm is set to host the festival for the first time in three years this summer after back-to-back cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Emily Eavis shared an image of the main stage being edited to her Instagram on Monday (April 4) with the caption “for anyone waiting for the webcam to return.” It seems that these main foundations have all already been built.

The famous Pyramid Stage will then begin to dress up for the June festival as tens of thousands of music fans descend on the farm to see headliners such as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lemar perform there later this year.

It follows the first release of the festival lineup last month. It saw artists such as Doja Cat, Lorde, Haim, Olivia Rodrigo, Foals and Noel Gallagher join the line-up alongside the three huge headliners.

Resale tickets went live on March 27 and sold out within minutes, meaning if you haven’t already got a ticket for the five-day festival this year, you’ll have to wait another year.

Fans enthusiastically responded to Emily Eavis’ Instagram post with one user saying “look how pretty she is” while another added, “this makes it real. We hope to see it in person.”

Others added, “Now stop it. Why am I crying” or “food for the soul” in response to the pyramid stage beginning to take shape.

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Jan G. Gilbert