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  • 1997 | Glastonbury Festival
    than ever before This year s highlights included a dubhenge made from upended VW beetles and campervans and the first ever Greenpeace field with a reconstructed Rainbow Warrior and solar heated showers The site expanded to 800 acres a daily newspaper was published by Select and BBC2 broadcast live Greenpeace Oxfam Water Aid and Mid Somerset CND were the main beneficiaries Acts included The Prodigy Radiohead Massive Attack Ray Davies

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/history/history-1997/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 1995 | Glastonbury Festival
    a major success and featured Massive Attack System 7 and Eat Static The Stone Roses were forced to pull out the week before the event to be replaced by Pulp but did appear at the Pilton Show in September instead Channel 4 televised the event again The Greenpeace donation was raised to 200 000 Oxfam to 100 000 with local charities benefiting by another 100 000 Acts included The Cure

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/history/history-1995/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 1994 | Glastonbury Festival
    power for the main stage area Channel 4 televised the event live over the weekend and it increased the appeal of the Festival to a wider audience On the Saturday night there was a shooting incident involving five people but no one was badly hurt But there was the first death in the Festivals history when a young man was found dead from a drugs overdose 150 000 was donated

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/history/history-1994/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 1993 | Glastonbury Festival
    began to get into its stride as a successful and increasingly popular event The advance only tickets were sold out by mid June This years big performer and golden oldie was Rolf Harris More than 250 000 was raised for Greenpeace Oxfam and many local charities Acts included The Orb Lenny Kravitz Velvet Underground Galliano and Stereo Mcs Attendance 80 000 Tickets 58 Programme 4 Back to top History 2015

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  • 1992 | Glastonbury Festival
    that with the ending of the Cold War that people s concerns had shifted away from the possibility of nuclear war to the concerns of the environment The Festival was also linked with National Music Day and the surprise guest was Tom Jones 250 000 was donated to Greenpeace Oxfam and other local charities Acts included Carter USM Shakespear s Sister Primal Scream P J Harvey Sawdoctors and The Levellers

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  • 1990 | Glastonbury Festival
    first Festival but unfortunately ended with a confrontation between the security teams and travellers who were looting the emptying festival site This resulted in 235 arrests and 50 000 worth of damage to property and hired plant 1990 was the first year that a professional car parking team was employed to encourage the best use of space Donations of 100 000 were made to CND and other local charities Acts

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  • 1989 | Glastonbury Festival
    the local council over the granting of the Festival licence The Police were bought into the organisation and planning of the Festival for the first time Donations of 100 000 were made to CND Acts included The Wonderstuff Elvis Costello Van Morrison Pixies and Suzanne Vega who appeared despite a prior death threat Attendance 65 000 Tickets 28 Programme price 2 Back to top History 2015 2014 2013 2011 2010

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  • 1987 | Glastonbury Festival
    The council s decision to refuse the licence was overturned in court only in May 1987 saw the introduction of the Womad stage to the Festival 130 000 was raised for CND and local charities Acts included Elvis Costello Robert Cray New Order Paul Brady Michelle Shocked and Van Morrison Attendance 60 000 Tickets 21 Back to top History 2015 2014 2013 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/history/history-1987/ (2016-02-13)
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