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Video: Glasto objects: James Blunt
James Blunt is stumped by some of our everyday festival objects, but has a good tip for blocking out the sunlight in the mornings

John Domokos

28, Jun, 2008 @2:52 PM

Video: Glasto objects: Alphabeat
The Danish popsters blow bubbles, get fresh with the wet wipes and analyze the ingredients of herbal high pills

John Domokos

29, Jun, 2008 @1:59 PM

Video: Glasto objects: The Enemy
How would the Enemy react when we presented them with some herbal high pills, an emergency poncho and a she-pee? We boarded their tour bus to find out

John Domokos

27, Jun, 2008 @6:22 PM

Video: The Glasto kids
Glastonbury has always been the festival of choice for children so we checked out what is hot with the kids and some of their dance moves


29, Jun, 2008 @11:08 AM

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First confirmed Glasto act is... Neil Diamond

The Glastonbury Festival is set to exhume another monster talent from the vaults. For its legendary wrinkly rockers slot, the festival founder, Michael Eavis, announced last night he had managed to get Neil Diamond - and had got him cheap.

Maev Kennedy

31, Jan, 2008 @12:00 AM

Fans head abroad as Glasto loses its lure

Glastonbury festival is being challenged by 'boutique' events at home and abroad. Alice Fisher reports as music fans prepare for a long summer season

Alice Fisher

30, Mar, 2008 @12:01 AM

Glastonbury 2008: Carl Barat willing himself well for Glasto

Glastonbury 2008: The Dirty Pretty Things frontman is hoping to be right as rain to play his Sunday acoustic set - possibly in the rain

Sean Michaels

25, Jun, 2008 @10:19 AM

The Horrors/The Fratellis, Astoria, London

Astoria, London

Caroline Sullivan

19, Oct, 2006 @12:45 AM

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Weller: you'd have to be 'off your box' to enjoy Glasto

Paul Weller has added his thoughts to the Glasto debate. But it's not Jay Z's headline slot he's uncomfortable with - it's all that blasted mud

Rosie Swash

22, Apr, 2008 @3:36 PM

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Fratellis defy their knockers

In the news: The Scottish indie rockers' new album has won the approval of the Sun's breast-obsessed showbiz editor. Plus: Richards' slight on David Bowie and Winehouse's post-prison-visit lovebite

Rosie Swash

01, May, 2008 @10:42 AM