British style icon, multi-instrumentalist and platinum-selling songstress Kate Nash got into the festival spirit wearing a long fringed Dagda cape over a flowing pale pink dress to perform on the Left Field Stage at Glastonbury on Sunday the 30th at 7:30pm.
The Glastonbury Festival of the Contemporary Performing Arts in Worthy Farm, Pilton took place this year Wednesday June 26 – June 30. After a fallow year in 2012 where no festival took place, tickets for this years event sold out in one day. Glastonbury is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. It was started in 1970 with the premiere event taking place the day after Jimmy Hendrix’s death. Today the attendance has grown into the hundreds of thousands and headlining acts have included Beyonce, Coldplay, U2, David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, and Van Morrison.
The singer, songwriter, musician and self-described feminist was recently featured in The Untitled Magazine Music Issue 6 – now available in digital edition and as an app. Nash described music as “really empowering” and “the backbone of my life” in her interview with with Editor-in-Chief, Indira Cesarine. Her full new album, Girl Talk, released March 5th, and she is also acting in a film set for release in December called Powder Room.
Top photo by Clare Nash.
Kate Nash with her band before their performance on the Left Field stage.
Kate Nash wearing a fringed Dagda cape.