Arribar! wins Glastonbury contract for ninth year running

21 June 2017 by
Arribar! wins Glastonbury contract for ninth year running

Arribar!, part of the Eventist Group, has won its ninth contract with Glastonbury Festival in Worthy Farm, Glastonbury.

The contract will see Arribar! open two bars at the site, the Chameleon and Rock the Kasbah, located along the main road between major stages between 21 - 25 June.

Moroccan-themed bar Rock the Kasbah will feature floor cushions and a star-lit ceiling while the Chameleon will be filled with colourful furniture kaleidoscopic lights.

Both bars will be open from 10am, and at the Chameleon a resident DJ will play music after the acts have finished.

Tim Stevens, managing director of Eventist Group, said: "The themed bars have been hugely popular in previous years and we are delighted to be back at Glastonbury Festival once again creating unique experiences for festival goers. Feedback from guests is always fantastic and pays deserved tribute to the hard work and dedication of the Arribar! team."

Arribar! provides and operates bars at a wide range of functions from sporting events to music festivals. It is supported by sister companies Best Parties Ever and Tapenade, all of which are part of the Eventist Group.

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