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Shangri-La’s Lost Horizon Festival

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Lost Horizon, the team behind Glastonbury’s Shangri-La, in partnership with VRJAM and Sansar, has announced its SHITV (Shangri-La International Television) programme to raise money for The Big Issue and Amnesty International.The festival, which takes place 3pm to 3am on Today, July 3 and Saturday, July 4, features an interstellar line up of superstar DJs, underground acts and visual artists, including LGBTQ+ talent, including:The SHED: Curated by Moses Powers, for the first time in 2019, Shed is Shangri-La’s all-inclusive micro venue dedicated to intersectional positive masculinity.

A place where visitors shed old notions, stereotypes and the restraints of masculinity at the door, entering into a space free of toxicity and worldly.

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