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  • Trader Tales 2014 | Glastonbury Festival
    spider we quite unbelievably met the two Disclosure boys themselves To our shame we even offered them a 50p voucher off our fabulous Raclette Sadly a photo has sadly been deleted in a drunken loving a night off frenzy Friday Making memories You couldn t stand still to pull your wellysocks up without your pint of ale bring watered down to an ale esque squash Cats and dogs dear readers Cats and dogs The floodgates properly opened up and the Shack s waterproofing was severely tested Despite the crew s best efforts leaks were found and pots and pans were deployed It was the day that the music came alive The Rudimental set was cut short due to threats of lightening striking the apex of the legendary Pyramid structure Having said that the Shack crew returned from their time off beaming from seeing the likes of Paolo Jurassic 5 De La Soul and the big guns Arcade Fire FEATURE PIECE John Percival Face of the Rac shack Today has been a restless one and I m sure it will be followed by a restless nights sleep With news fresh from the rumour mill of a potential intimate return of last year s headliners Gentlemen of the Road A K A Mumford and Sons at the Avalon cafe I m stoked I just hope we re not let down by the mill it would be too much to bare Watch this space Stars are mingling with the masses and surprise acts are rumoured to be supplementing the already bulging line up Many say Sunday s acts will be the show stoppers and I do not disagree Although as I write this I m listening to the inconspicuous bandstand churn out belter after banger which is a prime example of how every random songwriter cider bus or lucky indie tent moment all contribute equally in engraving Glastonbury on the minds of every person here Making memories Thursday Face the music We hit the ground running at 08 00 bacon and baked bean Raclettes soothed the stomachs of Wednesday early birds whilst Thursday newcomers looked on smugly Although the rumours of whale spotting trips and incoming rain clouds began to worry the Le Rac Shack crew it was yet again a glorious sunny start to our first full trading day However the sunshine and smiles quickly turned to grey clouds and groans as the rain came which meant our covered chalet seating area became ridden with revellers of all shapes and sizes The Rac crew decided today was the day to investigate the other traders of Glastonbury and my goodness we were impressed With names as excellent and descriptive as Sausage Fest witty tag lines such as I like pig butts and I cannot lie dramatically pulling in the punters and Yeo Valley soothing anyone and everyone s hangovers in the morning with yogurts for a snip at 1 We fell upon the arts and crafts traders where we saw fire starters gobblers

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/trader-tales-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Emily Eavis: “It really was a special year for us” | Glastonbury Festival
    t remember a better one We had so many amazing musical moments But music aside the visual art and installations were by far the best we ve ever had After hours the site just exploded with fire metal and energy Someone described it as Narnia which is brilliant I think people really noticed all the detail of what we do this year from the political banners by the John Peel Stage to the flags and fence coverings all over site which were painted with environmental messages by local primary school children All of these small things add so much and really make Glastonbury feel different to any other event Did the performers seem to enjoy it Yes there seemed to be a real level of appreciation and excitement from the acts this year More than ever in fact It s always great to see bands come and stay for the whole weekend which most of them did Lars from Metallica for example was out roaming the site on Friday Saturday and Sunday nights until dawn He really got what it s all about Dolly Parton was a big moment Oh Dolly was the biggest crowd I ve ever seen here She is just a truly amazing live performer Her voice was incredible And she wrote that song about mud in the morning before the show I don t think you can beat that performance as a perfect moment here at Glastonbury Did your dad have a good Festival Yes definitely He got back at 4am last night I think he got caught up in a singalong in the Underground Piano Bar or something But I think he s thrilled with how this year went He still absolutely loves it Are you already starting to look forward to 2015 Yes Nick

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/emily-eavis-it-really-was-a-special-year-for-us/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    All rainbows lead to the pyramid by Jonathan Finch Stone Circle by Jonathan Finch Glasto Stones by Jonathan Finch The Beast Arcadia by Sophie Smith by Matt Wilson Street performers by Hebe Forbes Street performers by Hebe Forbes Until next year glasto by Anna Womack Blue arcadia by Ivo Dukic Red arcadia by Ivo Dukic Arcadia on fire by Ivo Dukic Quiet time at Arcadia 2015 by Matt Hewison Arcadia

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=arcadia (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    for the World at Crossant Neuf by Me2U Messages for the World Me2U Messages for the World at Crossant Neuf by Me2U Messages for the World Me2U Messages for the World at Crossant Neuf by Me2U Messages for the World ssssssozzzzzlllled by Talisha Pot of Gold All rainbows lead to the pyramid by Jonathan Finch Stone Circle by Jonathan Finch Glasto Stones by Jonathan Finch by Matt Wilson Until next

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=artinstallations (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    Womack Clam before the storm in Block 9 by Laura Knox Stunning by Anna Phillips oooooo by Murin oooooo by Murin We just love it by Cherie larkin Gathering for Greg Wilson by Lindsay Brady A nip in the air by Mark mccabe Genosys by Daniel Sullivan Block9 by Ruby Boland NYC Downlow performance by Ron van Daalen Block 9 by lee Woodall MoGlasto by Martin Baker NYC DOWNLOW Dancers

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=block9 (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    Tellery The Drop the Debt Bus by Ella Nation Tellery Glastonbury 2015 by Zach East 19 Camper field by david james Rave on by Clive Moore waiting to go home by Lesley Powell Cider Bus by Simon Parks Cider Bus by Simon Parks Other stage flags by Oliver Morrow Kasabian at Pyramid stage flares by Oliver Morrow 4 33am at Glastonbury sign by Oliver Morrow Treasure at the end of

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=bus (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    Jonathan Finch Stone Circle by Jonathan Finch Glasto Stones by Jonathan Finch Until next year glasto by Anna Womack Tor visit by Noelle Patterson Glastonbury 2015 by Zach Parking by your tent er camping by your car in front of a stage shouldn t be allowed by Alex Holland A K A Dj Badly Fun time with friends by Nicky Davies Other stage flags by Oliver Morrow Kasabian at Pyramid stage flares by Oliver Morrow 4 33am at Glastonbury sign by Oliver Morrow Before the mud by Ash Car park stickers by Ginny Darke Hitched down from Edinburgh met a guy with a dog and slept under his tarp on the motorway by Rab Lewin queuing overnight for early entry roughly 4am by Polly Healey We arrived outside at 2 30pm and finally got in at 10pm but it was well worth the wait by loumiss1964 View from E2 at 3am on Wednesday morning by Luke Plastow Exhausting times at Glastonbury by Bewick Clahane Sunset on the car park by Mark Wright Car eating grass Tarzan will save you by Nigel Moore ready for 2011 by mike me and chelle arriving in the caravan field whew the weather is great

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=car (2016-02-13)
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  • Gallery | Glastonbury Festival
    Gold All rainbows lead to the pyramid by Jonathan Finch Stone Circle by Jonathan Finch Glasto Stones by Jonathan Finch Street performers by Hebe Forbes Kanye by Hebe Forbes Kanye by Hebe Forbes The flags make the festival by Hebe Forbes A flare during the Courteeners by Hebe Forbes A flare during the Courteeners by Hebe Forbes Street performers by Hebe Forbes Kanye by Hebe Forbes Kanye by Hebe Forbes

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/?tag=caravancampervan (2016-02-13)
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