It looks like the folks at Glastonbury are really stepping up their game in terms of what they’re offering festival attendees. First they’ve promised ‘stink free’ loos and now free 4G wifi powered by an*adorable* herd of lifesize fibreglass cows.
Worthy Farm is known for their award winning livestock, so this initiative definitely puts a fun spin on the service.

MOOOO if you agree?

Cleverly dubbed the ‘Highspeed herd’, these wifi hot-spots are being sponsored by a 4G service provider who are in a sponsorship deal with Glastonbury this year and have been painted by a resident Glasto set painter, Hank Kruger.

“It’s not the first cow I’ve ever painted but it’s certainly the most high-tech. We’ve loved bringing these 4G beasts to life and I think they look brilliant. My team and I have even named them: Dolly, Daisy and Molly seemed the perfect fit to me,” Kruger commented.


So while the weather forecast may not be ideal, you’ll at least have some high speed internet to pass time, post updates on Facebook and use Instagram extensively. These hotspots are modelled to allow festival-goers and staff members internet at specific points around the 1,200-acre site of Worthy Farm.