Social Media Experiment Poster

The Social Media Experiment at Glastonbury 2010 posters are now hot off the print and ready to be plastered up around the festival. This is a project that I am running for the Igloo Dome. It's purpose it to showcase the dome as the leading interactive environment suitable for both corporate and entertainment based events. It will take place from 12am until 12pm on Friday the 25th June at Glastonbury festival 2010.

Social Media Experiment

Social Media Experiment at Glastonbury 2010 (Press Release)


The Social Media Experiment will take place on Friday the 25th June between 1pm & Midnight, and will feature a number of comedians, musicians, performance artists and live shows incorporating social media and interactive web technologies. Such events include a stand-up comedy act using ‘Chatroulette Live’.

Other highlights include a virtual art gallery and a range of musicians using social media within their performances.Today will also see the launch of the Social Media Experiment’s ‘Perform at Glastonbury 2010’ 7 day competition, which gives entrants the chance to perform live on the Glastonbury stage. In order to win, visitors to the site are asked to join the competition group on Facebook and post a link to prove that they are a in a band, an artists etc. The winning act will then be chosen from the group at random in this ‘flash mob’ style competition.

Glastonbury Competition

The experiment has been devised and coordinated by Social Media Strategist, while ipercast has built the website, the content management system and the web streaming technology. Orbit research will be providing satellite connectivity for the project.

James Norris, of Social Media Strategist, comments: “Glastonbury is all about performance, fun and expression. The Social Media Experiment allows attendees to have memorable, interactive experiences whilst being surrounded by the Igloo domes state of the art technology.” Marina Sirotkin, UK country manager for ipercast, adds: “Being involved with such a groundbreaking project is a real thrill, and it’s exciting to see all the aspects of the Experiment come together. It’s this kind of technology which will really propel performance into the 21st Century and we can’t wait to see the results.”

Social Media Experiment website