Glastonbury's Providing Fine Dining For Foodie Festival-Goers Again This Year...
27 April 2016, 17:02
The Somerset event has also added huge DJs and dance names to its festival.
Festivals and fine dining don't always go hand-in-hand, but when it comes to Glastonbury, it's obvious that anything goes!
The Somerset festival - which takes place on Worthy Farm from 22-26 June - has announced that music fans can once again dine at Shangri La's Rocket Lounge, which will be serving "proper restaurant food" from rising star, Chef Andy Evans, this year.
The Glastonbury website reads: "The Rocket Lounge Restaurant is back again bringing top notch food and good times to a field near you. From Wednesday to Saturday we will be serving the finest food on site, and then on Sunday we will rerun our Sunday Lunch, which was such a hit last year."
For £35, foodie festival goers can choose from a menu which includes everything from spiced lamb sweetbreads to grilled Devonshire native lobster... assuming they can keep all that rich food down with their cheap cider, that is.
Meanwhile, Glastonbury has also announced a huge selection of dance acts and DJs headed for their Silver Hays Dance Village, including the likes of Stormzy, Four Tet and Craig David.
See their announcement below:
These acts will join previously announced headliners Muse, Adele, and Coldplay at the Somerset festival.