PALOMA Faith will follow up her show in taunton this summer with a headlining spot at the Glastonbury Abbey Extravaganza.

The singer songwriter will perform at the iconic Somerset venue on Saturday, August 4.

Confirming the news, Glastonbury Festival founder and Extravaganza organiser Michael Eavis said: “What makes the Extravaganza so special is the all-round experience – where else would you have a backdrop as stunning or as historic as the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey?

"It really is a wonderful event for all those who come as well as being fabulous for the town, residents and local businesses.

"With the weather currently so cold – isn’t it good to be looking forward to the summer and a brilliant performer who will give one of the finest shows we could wish for?”

Paloma, who will perform in Taunton's Vivary Park on July 13, said: “Glastonbury has a special place in my heart, I was blown away by the crowd and the atmosphere when I performed on the Pyramid Stage at the festival.

"I’m really looking forward to seeing the town again and being at the Abbey.

"The Extravaganza will be an extraordinary experience, particularly given it’s in such a historic setting.

"I am sure it will be a night to remember.”


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Ticket prices have been held for the sixth year running, with the popular Extravaganza gift vouchers on sale now (actual tickets go on sale on March 6). 

Advance prices are adults £35 and £20 for a child aged six to 16.

Any remaining tickets will be available on the gate, priced at £40 adult and £25 for a child.

Accompanied children aged five and under do not require a ticket.

Booking and postage fees apply. Terms and conditions apply. Camping options will also be available from March 6. 

More details are available by clicking here

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