PALOMA Faith is coming to Somerset next summer.

She is set to perform at Glastonbury Abbey Extravaganza when it returns on Saturday, August 6 2022.

This popular festival will also include European brass band champions, the Black Dyke Bress Band, and a further special guest will be revealed at a later date.

A traditional fireworks finale will end this annual event.

“We’re so pleased to announce that the wonderful Paloma Faith will be headlining the Extravaganza this coming summer," said Michael Eavis, co-creator of Glastonbury Festival.

"The evening will begin with the famous Black Dyke Brass Band. You may remember their appearance in 2017 which was totally remarkable!”

The show will be at Glastonbury Abbey from 4.30pm.

Tickets are on sale now and cost £40 for adults and £20 for children aged up to 16.

Guests can also stay the night in the campsite nearby at the foot of the Tor.

You can book a camping plot if you wish to bring your own tent or campervan, or you can book a pre-erected tent slot.

A spokesperson for the event added: "Please note that the Extravaganza will be held in accordance with all relevant government guidelines at the time of the event.

"If the event is not able to go ahead due to restrictions, refunds will be offered.

"There are no dogs allowed at the Extravaganza apart from guide dogs.

"The Park and Ride will be running from Clarks Village car park in Street from 3.30pm."

This year, the Extravaganza returned for the first time in two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Van Morrison performed this year and was joined by Tanita Tikaram, The Staves and the Glastonbury Male Voice Choir.

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