Glastonbury Festival organiser and curator Emily Eavis has teased plans for Arcadia’s return in 2019, as the famed ‘giant spider’ hits London to celebrate its tenth anniversary this weekend.
Speaking to Music Week ahead of the two-day takeover at the capital’s Olympic Park, Davis said “We feel really proud… They’re amazing, the Arcadia boys, they’re so creative. We’re also working on a new show for Glastonbury 2019 with them at the moment that’s going to be unveiled soon.”
Arcadia co-founder Pip Rush also added further excitement, teasing “We’re always creating new shows and new performances, going into our 11th year we’ve got some quite major plans to shake things up again.
With just over a year to go until Glastonbury returns on 26th June, there’s of course little by way of any new information. However late last year, Mike Pickering and Graeme Park’s Hacienda Classical confirmed they had already been booked for the 2019 line-up – you can read more of their appointment, here.