PopEx ≫ 2003 ≫ Glastonbury warm up party

So who's their \"previous headliner\" going to be?

For one night only, Virtual Festivals are proud to present the ultimate Glastonbury Warm-up party! With a bunch of superb bands and DJ's (including at least 2 Pyramid Stage acts and 1 previous Glastonbury headliner!), plus a few hundred kindred spirits, it'll be the hottest party in London on Monday 23rd, taking place at The Dome in Tufnell Park.

Members of Alabama 3 will be playing live and DJing (under their alter-egos The Larry Love Show Band and The Constables) into the small hours, to head an impressive bill of Glastonbury faves, past and present. We have also lined up some very special guests and celebrities to perform live and DJ, but for contractual reasons, we cannot yet reveal their names. One has previously headlined the Pyramid Stage though!

Virtually Glastonbury aims to capture as much of the essence of the festival as possible. The evening will be divided into a number of areas corresponding to real areas within the festival: New Bands, Acoustic, Avalon, Dance, Comedy, Left Field and Pyramid. In addition, there will a selection of festival-style market stalls and a strict dress code: FESTIVAL.

So if you're going to Glasto, or even if you're not, it's gonna be one head trippin', foot stompin' night of fun and frolics!

Proceeds go to MOJO The Miscarriages Of Justice Organisation

Virtually Glastonbury takes place at The Dome, Tufnell Park, London on Monday June 23 2003.

Tickets cost 7 (online), only available from http://www.virtualfestivals.com There will be a few tickets available on the door (priced 10) for latecomers.

Virtual Festivals are the Glastonbury Festival's Official Online Community Partner. The Virtually Glastonbury Event is not officially connected to the Glastonbury Festival, but it has their full blessing.

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