Wireless stage

Wireless stage

The Wireless Stage was the live music performance stage set up for and run by the Radio Avalon crew at the Glastonbury Festival.

In 2003 the Wireless Stage featured ad-hoc performances from many festival acts including several from festival stalwart Glenn Tillbrook (of Squeeze fame) Simon Friend The Levellers and Blackbud.

In 2004 things were a little more organised and thanks to the organisational and booking work of Michelle Hillborne and Marilyn Michaels the following performers appeared live on stage and were also broadcast live on Radio Avalon too! The stage also played host to many entries to the festival's unsigned bands competition. Engineering was by Richard Collins and Iain Betson.

* Hazel O' Conner 27/06/04
* Glenn Tillbrook 27/06/04
* Blackbud 27/06/04
* Waking the Witch 27/06/04
* Suzanne Vega 27/06/04
* Lewis, from The Bilderberg Group 27/06/04
* Ralfe Band 27/06/04
* Michael Franti 26/06/04
* Denni Locorriere 26/06/04
* Carine Round 26/06/04
* Astrid Williamson 27/06/04
* Jerry Fish& the Mudbig Club 26/06/04
* The Bees 26/06/04
* Howie, from The Stands 25/06/04
* Damien Rice 25/06/04
* The Children 25/06/04
* Bodixa 25/06/04

The Wireless Stage also made an appearance at the festival in 2005, however since the licence award change from Radio Avalon to Worthy FM, the Wireless Stage is currently "dormant".

The Wireless Stage is an active UK trademark.

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