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Ukrainian Punk-Folk Quartet to play Glastonbury to raise money for Ukrainian army.

Ukrainian punk-folk quartet Dakha Brakha will bring their anti-war message to Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage next month, organisers have revealed.

Glastonbury organisers have announced that Dakha Brakha will play the festival’s main stage on Sunday morning, shortly before Diana Ross makes her festival debut.

The Folk Punk band from call themselves “ambassadors of free Ukraine” and punctuated concerts with cries of “Stop Putin!” and “No war!”

They are currently donating proceeds from their shows to the Ukrainian army.

“We believe in international support, and most of all, in the Ukrainian army,” the band said in a statement. It is clear that in such circumstances we are cancelling the upcoming concerts in Ukraine, but hoping to play them in the near future. But we will play concerts throughout the world to support Ukraine and rise money. We will win! Glory to Ukraine!”

The quartet were one of several acts added to the Glastonbury line-up, as the festival revealed its full programme for 2022.

See Full Festival Line Up Here

This year’s Glastonbury (JUNE 22ND-26TH, 2022) will be the first since 2019, after two years of Covid-enforced cancellation and will see 200,000 fans return to Worthy Farm in Somerset, for five days of music, comedy, politics and theatre.

Main Photo by Marta Syrko


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