The Halo Group provided stage set design services to BBC Music during the 2014 Glastonbury Festival. Set behind the world famous Pyramid, our bijou stage set design punched well above its weight. Designed in-house, our installation really helped bring this hidden gem to life, for those lucky enough to have AAA passes!
Our brief was to create a striking festival stage set design for the Broadcaster within an existing tepee style tent. The end product needed to really pop on camera as it would feature across the BBC's social media and online platforms. The client wanted the look and feel to mirror Glastonbury festival's bohemian vibe with a rustic aesthetic. A key consideration within the client's brief was to create a design with impact and wow factor inside a small enclosed space.
Fabricated over two days, The Halo Group's stage set design team lovingly crafted the ﬁnished product on location. As with so many of our builds, at Glastonbury we placed great emphasis on using reclaimed and recycled materials wherever it was possible to do so. Our production team sourced mismatched windows and frames to create a striking backdrop. Dressed with live foliage, we backlit the panes using a variety of different coloured gels to create the effect. The BBC Music stage quickly became one of the iconic images of the event with its distinct colourful features and charm.