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Billie Eilish’s surprising Glastonbury Festival backstage rider


Billie Eilish’s backstage rider has been shared ahead of Glastonbury Festival. Billie will become the youngest ever Pyramid Stage headliner TONIGHT.

On her rider, Billie has requested locally-sourced vegan snacks. The Bad Guy singer is also urging her team to supply food in single-use plastics which can be reused.

A source said to the Sun newspaper: “She is one of the biggest stars on the planet and knows she can use her platform for good and to encourage change. The climate and sustainability have been top of her agenda for a while so when it comes to life on the road and her rider, it’s all as clean as possible.

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“During her string of shows at The O2 Arena recently she insisted only vegan food was served but obviously she can’t do that to the whole of Worthy Farm, as much as she might like to.

“Nevertheless, where she can make a difference, she has.” On the day Eilish headlines Glastonbury, Sir Paul McCartney will be warming up for his Saturday headline slot by performing at a Somerset music venue.

The surprise gig at the Cheese and Grain entertainment venue in Frome, Somerset was announced on Thursday, with “first come first served” tickets selling out in under an hour.

Sir Paul will also make history as Glastonbury Festival’s oldest ever solo headliner when he takes to the stage on Saturday. The music offering this year will also feature Kendrick Lamar headlining on Sunday, with Diana Ross filling the Sunday Teatime Legends slot.

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