Everyone wants to honour the man who influenced so many. The annual Glastonbury Festival has joined the ranks and has announced they will do their own. This is from The NME.
Following his passing last month, fans had already planned a ‘mass singalong’ to pay homage the Ziggy Stardust legend, with festival boss Michael Eavis now confirming that Bowie will be honoured at the Worthy Farm event this June.
Bowie previously headlined the Somerset festival sixteen years ago in 2000, thirty years after he arrived at the second ever Glastonbury on foot and performed for its 6,000-strong crowd.
Speaking to Radio X, Eavis announced: “Yes, we’re doing a film of his set from the year 2000.
“It’s going to be shown on one of the screens when the stages are shut down. We’ll show the entire set.”
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