What to say about the world's most epic festival? Only that it's the biggest, brightest and best once-in-a-lifetime event you'll ever attend. Welcome to Glasto!
Mud, music and a quarter of a million people making merry. Welcome to Glastonbury - the grandaddy of music festivals. Forget any previous festival experiences you may have had, Glastonbury is one of a kind. We feel we should warn you kids, this is a go hard or go home situation.
Glastonbury's history dates back to 1970 and its creation was heavily influenced by the hippy and free festival movement (it was originally called Glastonbury Fair). Since then, the festival has become a globally recognised cult event, attracting hundreds of thousands of revellers, musicians and artists. Some of the world's biggest names in music have performed over the years and past (stellar) line-ups have included Muse, Adele, Coldplay, Foals, Savages, Annie Mac and James Blake.
Glastonbury's so huge that the site turns into a mini-city for the duration and attendees can wander around the different areas, which include the main Pyramid Stage, a theatre and circus zone, the healing field and the unfairground. Chances are you'll get lost (or at least lose a few pounds with all the walking) but hey, that's the best way to experience Glasto. Luckily, the happy vibes and sense of community offers much, much more than your average festival weekend. So even if you go hard, you won't want to go home.
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