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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

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About Glastonbury Festival

The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, commonly abbreviated to Glastonbury or Glasto, is the largest green field open-air music and performing arts festival in the world. The festival is best known for its contemporary music, but also features dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret and many other arts. For 2005, the enclosed area of the festival was over 900 acres (3.6 km²), had over 385 live performances and was attended by around 150,000 people. In 2007, over 700 acts played on over 80 stages and the capacity expanded by 20,000 to 177,000.
Glastonbury was heavily influenced by hippie ethics and the free festival movement in the early 1970s, beginning with the Isle of Wight Festival, which featured performances by The Who, among other artists. Afterward, organizer Michael Eavis stated that he decided to host the first festival, and then called Pilton Festival, after seeing an open air Led Zeppelin concert at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music 1970 at the nearby Bath and West Showground in 1970. The festival retains vestiges of this tradition such as the Green Fields area which includes the Green Futures and Healing Field.
Since 1981, the festival has been organized by local farmer and site owner Michael Eavis. Eavis ran the festival with his wife Jean until her death in 1999, and is now assisted by his daughter Emily Eavis. Since 2002, Festival Republic has taken on the job of managing the logistics and security of the festival through a 40% stake in the festival organization company. Each year a company, combined owned by Glastonbury Festivals Ltd and Festival Republic, is created to run the festival, with profits going to the parent companies. Glastonbury Festivals Ltd donates most of their profits to charities, including donations to local charity and community groups and paying for the purchase and restoration of the Tithe Barn in Pilton. The Festival Republic contract is a rolling one reviewed every five years.
Most people who stay at Glastonbury Festival will camp in a tent. There are lots of different camping areas, each one with its own atmosphere. Limekilns and Hitchin Hill Ground are quieter camp areas, whereas Pennard Hill Ground is known to be a lively campsite. Cockmill Meadow is a family campground and Wicket Ground has been introduced in 2011 as a second family-only campsite. A disabled campsite is also available in Spring Ground.
Campsite space is provided in the cost of a standard entry Glastonbury Festival ticket but festival-goers must bring their own tents.
A caravan ticket must be purchase in addition to the Festival ticket. The cost in 2011 is £75 per caravan. A caravan will need to be towed by a car or other vehicle. A trailer tent is also allowable onto the caravan site. One car can be parked next to the caravan but sleeping inside it is not permitted. Additional cars can be parked in the main car park for an extra charge.
Some people choose to hire a motorhome to knowledge Glastonbury Festival, or take their own campervan or motorhome if they already own one. Festival-goers are protected from any potential rain and mud in a motorhome and at ease beds are provided. A kitchen area offers a gas operated oven, hob, grill and fridge/freezer. A private washroom with hot water shower and toilet is provided to avoid the dreaded "long drops". Motorhome hire agencies provide the most motorhomes for Glastonbury. Although there are no electric hook-up points or water hoses at Glastonbury Festival, motorhome batteries can be charged by running the engine for a few minutes each day and the water tank can be filled using a watering can.
Additional Accommodation
There are several self-governing Glastonbury accommodation providers close to the main site. These include smaller campsites for tents, gypsy caravans, geo-domes, private cottages, cottages and more.
The Glastonbury Festival 2011 will take place from Wednesday 22nd until Sunday 26 June 2011.
The tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2011 were sold out within 4 hours of going on sale on Sunday 3 October 2010.
Headline acts for 2011: Friday night: U2, Saturday Night: Cold play, Sunday night: Beyoncé
The festival will not be held in 2012, giving the site and organizers a "fallow year". Michael Eavis cited the lack and likely cost of moveable toilets and policing, due to the 2012 Summer Olympics, as being amongst the reasons.
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