Glastonbury 50: The Official Story of Glastonbury Festival
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Each of these venues pushes the boundaries of what art and club culture can be, but NYC Downlow will always be my personal favourite.
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Michael Eavis comes across as a great guy even if deluded at times – that surely was what enabled him to go against the odds and create such an incredible festival!
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will be the 50th anniversary of the first festival and this is a gorgeous coffee table book to mark the occasion. It’s filled with loads of photographs and reproductions of the posters from every year and is peppered with reminiscences from Michael & Emily Eavis, as well as celebrity fans and people with a long association with the festival like Chris Martin, Billy Bragg and Lauren Laverne amongst a host of others.The organisers of the Shangri-La stage, which was due to host Killdren, said they “in no way condone violence and will not allow this matter to overshadow the incredibly inclusive spirit of Glastonbury”. Read an exclusive extract from Glastonbury 50, by Michael Eavis Glastonbury is the most well-known and iconic festival in the world. After fifty years, it has become an institution. There have been films made about it. T‑shirts. Books. It’s on the news. On our TV screens. It’s embedded into the fabric of British culture, like football or sunburn or going, “Wheeyyy!” when someone drops something. It is unusual, then, that Glastonbury has retained such afierce political streak. We are used to mainstream events distancing themselves from the issues that affect us – maybe so as not to alienate attendees or piss off brands – but Glastonbury has only got louder and more outspoken as each year passes. This makes sense when we consider the counter cultural roots of the Festival alongside the trajectory of politics in the UK. If Glastonbury wasn’t political, it wouldn’t really be Glastonbury. The duo defended the song as a “crude” satire, and said it “would not exist at all if the destructive and violent policies of the Tory party hadn’t taken such a long and devastating toll on the UK. The band does not condone the killing of Tories or children, or anyone for that matter – regardless of political beliefs.”