Beat Hotel San Remo replacement unveils lineup poster
The lineup poster for San Remo, the brand new venue replacing the much-loved Beat Hotel, was shared by Glastonbury organizers this morning.
The Beat Hotel first appeared at Glastonbury 2011 and became an instant hit with 24-hour DJ line-ups, a world-class food menu and an extensive drink selection. Since its last Glasto in 2019, the creators have taken the Beat Hotel on tour to Marrakech and Ibiza. They are now back with a new location.
Organizers said: “After Glastonbury 2019, the owners of The Beat Hotel set out to follow the sun, destination unknown. What they discovered was San Remo, its neon red lights in the dark Mexican night; a space out of time, a time out of mind, and a second gathering of the tribes.
Despite Glastonbury 2022 being fully lined up with set times revealed earlier this week, posters for specific stages and attractions continued to be shared on social media and on the Glastonbury website. The Pilton Palais cinema tent and Shangri-La’s Scene of Truth both had posters revealed today alongside the San Remo poster. A line-up poster for the Strummerville stage was also revealed yesterday.
just yesterday, the BBC unveiled its coverage plans for this month’s Glastonbury Festival, which includes streaming from the Pyramid Stage in UHD (or 4K) for the first time.
Their coverage will include over 35 hours on BBC One, Two, Three and Four and over 40 hours on iPlayer, in addition to live streams from the five biggest stages. Over 60 hours of coverage are also planned for their radio stations and the BBC Sounds app.
Billed as a celebration of Glastonbury, BBC coverage will start earlier than in previous years with two special programmes. BBC Two will show’Glastonbury: 50+‘ and BBC One ‘Stormzy: On the way to the pyramid scene’ with both also available on iPlayer.
Last week, Glastonbury unveiled a limited edition recycled waistcoat designed by Stella McCartney, available now on the Glastonbury website with all proceeds going to War Child’s emergency fund, which helps children in Ukraine and other conflicts.
A charity vest resold at Glastonbury 2007, also designed by Stella McCartney, has since become a rare collector’s item. Then, during a recent warehouse audit, a stash of unsold vests was discovered.
Glastonbury organizers said: “Staying true to Stella McCartney’s ethos and principles of reducing our impact on the planet, the original vests have now been upcycled and repurposed with a new mushroom illustration celebrating mushrooms as the future. fashion and our planet.”
Also in support of the War Child emergency fund, Glastonbury organizers recently unveiled a limited edition poster. It features Stanley Donwood’s 2022 festival artwork reworked with the colors of the Ukrainian flag and will be produced on-site using the festival’s Heidelberg cylinder printing press.
They are now available to purchase from Glastonbury’s online shop for £25 with the sale limited to 2,022 prints, each of which will be numbered.
Paul McCartney will be 80 by the time Glastonbury arrives, making him Pyramid Stage’s oldest headliner. He is due to play Saturday night, the day after the Billie Eilish headlines. Aged 20 at the time, she will be Pyramid’s youngest headliner.
The main poster of the line-up was revealed in March with region-specific posters followed throughout the months of April and May. The full lineup, including set times, was announced at 11 a.m. this morning.
All tickets for Glastonbury 2022 are now sold out. Resales of returned tickets took place towards the end of March, which sold out in minutes. Your last chance to enter could be to win tickets, so check out our frequently updated page list of Glastonbury competitions.
Glastonbury 2022 will take place from Wednesday June 22 to Sunday June 26 at Worthy Farm near Pilton, Somerset.
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