Is the Glastonbury Music Festival getting a rebrand?

Glastonbury 2021 has already been cancelled, but the organisers have registered their new company Holy Cow Events

Emily Eavis and Nick Dewey are two chief organisers of the world-renowned Glastonbury Music Festival in the UK.

On the 8th of February, Emily and Nick have set up a new company titled called Holy Cow Events via Companies House.

Little is known about what this new brand will encompass, other than its nature of business has been officially registered as performing arts.

It’s very possible that Holy Cow Events has been established to host smaller one-off events, but right now this is nothing more than speculation.

Occasionally business owners will set up a new company when their existing business goes into administration, and we are hopeful this isn’t what’s happened to the Glastonbury festival, as this news of Holy Cow Events’ comes after the recent cancelation of the 2021 Glastonbury festival.

Keeping an optimistic spin on things, this does certainly imply that Glastonbury will continue in one form or another, and potentially run smaller Holy Cow Events until COVID Restrictions on events have been fully removed.

H/T: Dancing Astronaut


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