Glastonbury Festival: Saturday 29th


 Off the Hook Music Highlights of Glastonbury Festival Thursday 27th June 2019  

Left Field Debates


Glastonbury isn't just about music, for a full experience you need to walk around and you will find activities you will love. Today for us at Off the Hook Music it was to be present during 2 debate one on Brexit the other on climate change it was wonderful to see debate conducted with no shout over each other well done everyone involved. 

SWMRS at William Green


Energy, excitement and a band determined to make a statement on your mind is exactly what SWMRS managed during their set at William Green yesterday. 

Festival clothes and fashion!!


Would you ever wear what you wear at Glastonbury at any other point in your life, many not but we love the colour, the uniqueness, the fantastic designs and everything else which is worn during the week.

The Blinders at Left Field


This band is made for festivals, the sound is confrontational, the energy infectious to the festival goers , big guitar and drums are so loud you are engulf in the glorious sound. Keep it up lads its great.  

Shame at William Green


We have no Shame in saying we love this band at Off the Hook Music and with lots of new music from Shame tonight we felt this was a treat of a set that will live in our memory for a long time.


Glastonbury Festival: Friday 28th


 Off the Hook Music Highlights of Glastonbury Festival Thursday 27th June 2019 

Gini Cameron drumming style (Pip Blom)


Pip Blom opened the John Peel stage yesterday and they opened it with a bang, fantastic performance. But the highlight had to be Gini Cameron's drumming style she is amazing with a flair that hypnotizes the crowd.

BBC Introducing Stage guest performers


The excitement that surrounds the every morning guessing of who the guest performers will be late in the day at BBC Introducing, the excitement always is rewarded when a massive stage graces the BBC Introducing stage. 

Yellow Days at William Green


Yellow days were great at William Green entertaining  a good sized crowd bring a little bit of joy with the wonderful sunshine from outside of the tent.

Idles at The Park


If there was ever a better time for people to give a message of hope, gratitude to our fellow humans some call them foreigners, the importance of the NHS and the need for openly talking about mental health and addiction then I don't know when better will be. But the beauty of the Idles is the way they deliver this message through a identifiable emotion which everyone can understand, as the language is in context with what we can all feel during our lives. So thank you 

The faces of the crowd leaving Idles knowing they have had a moment they will never forget


This is why Glastonbury Festival is so beautiful, when you leave a stage having a moment to remember for the rest of your life and seeing the faces of so many fellow festival goers how have experienced the same moment. 

Festival HIGHLIGHT: Glastonbury Festival on Thursday 2019

Glastonbury Festival: Thursday 27th


Off the Hook Music Highlights of Glastonbury Festival Thursday 27th June 2019

Entry into the Site


Walking up to the top of the Glastonbury Festival site and looking down on all the magnificent surroundings is aw-inspiring then you realise this is just the beginning of the week. 

Vrillon performance at the Rabbit Hole


Vrillon brought their Grunge Rock to Glastonbury Festival and delivered a banging performance which the festival goers will remember all weekend. 

Bridges performance at The Bimble Inn


Bridges had a packed venue in The Bimble Inn and they had even more spilling out of the tent leaning their heads in to watch the amazing music blazing out of the tent.

The Extinction Rebellion Parade


Time is running out to save the plant and it was so heart warming to see so many people joining and walking along with the Extinction Rebellion to make the statement REBEL FOR LIFE.  

Ferris and Sylvester performance at Summerville


Ferris and Sylvester had a massive crowd for the Summerville stage, it was great be present during Ferris and Sylvester's first ever gig at Glastonbury Festival and they rocked it and Archie couldn't hold back his excitement by jumping off the stage to delight with his guitar playing.