A huge part of Glastonbury Festival will be missing in 2019
24 November 2018, 19:30 | Updated: 24 November 2018, 19:31
The founders of Arcadia Spectacular have revealed that their giant spider will be replaced by a "totally different adventure" next year.
A big part of Glastonbury Festival is set to be replaced in 2019 in a bid to usher in a "totally different adventure".
According to reports, the giant fire-breathing spider - which is situated in the Arcadia area and comes to life at night - will not be appearing at Worthy Farm next year.
Arcadia Spectacular, the team behind the famous area at the Somerset festival, told Somerset Live: “We’re beginning a totally different adventure at Glastonbury that will evolve over the coming years.
"We’re currently neck deep in scrapyards and as excited as everyone else about what we might find next."Watch this space!”
Emily Eavis has previously revealed that the festival was set for "quite radical" site changes.
She told NME: "We’re spreading out Block 9 a bit, giving them more space as they’ve got some pretty mind boggling ideas that we’re putting into action."
Meanwhile, Stormzy has become the first headliner to be confirmed for 2019, taking to the Pyramid Stage on Friday night of the festival.
The announcement came as somewhat of a surprise, which was made via posters in Oxfams in Glastonbury's town centre and in Streatham- close to where the MC grew up.
We’re delighted to announce that Stormzy is confirmed as the first headliner for Glastonbury 2019. The multi award-winning British MC will headline the Pyramid Stage on Friday, June 28th. pic.twitter.com/xXhKPuKC3z— Glastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) November 15, 2018
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