Glastonbury Festival 2019 returned with a bang from its Fallow Year break with the land, organisers, contractors and most of all thousands upon thousands of festival goers ready to welcome the return of what is considered to be a major and historical event in British culture.
Worthy Farm delivered countless favourite and new stages and areas for 2019, including the Legendary ‘Pyramid Stage’ ‘Theatre Circus’ ‘Glastonbury on-sea’ ‘Block 9’ John Peel Stage’ ‘Shangri-La’ ‘Cineramageddon’ and the much-anticipated welcome of a brand-new Arcadia feature – ‘Pangea’
Headlining acts included ‘Stomzy’ ‘The Killers’ and ‘The Cure’ but this wasn’t all… the talent was outstanding at Glastonbury 2019 and the likes of ‘George Ezra’ ‘Bastille’ ‘Liam Gallagher’ ‘Janet Jackson’ ‘Miley Cirus’ ‘Kylie’ ‘Lewis Capaldi’ and the ‘Chemical Brothers’ took centre stage over the 5 day Festival.
Gainsborough Events Management Ltd consider Glastonbury Festival to be amongst our most enjoyed and significant events in the Yearly calendar, with staff eager to become a part of the established and accomplished event.
Over time Gainsborough have become a part of Glastonbury history, enjoying a relationship spanning more than 15 Years! The knowledge and experience gained by staff over this time is truly invaluable, with many staff returning Year upon Year, proving that event proficiency and site understanding are firm attributes to the success of any event.
Gainsborough Events Management proudly maintain secure and well-informed perimeter security throughout the direct routes in and around the Festival, with a fully operational control team, mobile and foot patrols and a well organised deployment system!
Glastonbury 2019 was momentous for Gainsborough as we returned without our beloved Deployment and Operations Manager Aiden McNamee, Aiden sadly passed away December 2017, leaving behind a wealth of knowledge and expertise when it came to Festival Season.
GFEL and Glastonbury Festival honoured Aiden’s memory with his very own Field, naming the Gainsborough staff campsite ‘Aiden’s Field’ something Gainsborough will treasure forever.