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6.22.17

The Tracks that Have Made Beat Hotel a Glastonbury Staple

The festival institution are set to celebrate their sixth birthday in style—here's a smattering of classic cuts from the last few years.

6.16.17

"There Was More Nudity": 13 Years of Photos from Glasto's Naughty Corner

We spoke to photographer Barry Lewis about documenting the heady, late-night section of the UK's biggest and most ridiculous festival.

7.1.16

Glastonbury, Brexit, and Euro 16: Will Self on Britain's Weird Week

An odyssey into the abyss, starting in the Somerset mud.

6.30.16

Where Are You Michael Eavis? Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are!

Like the Bigfoot hunters in Texas, I decided to dedicate an unhealthy proportion of my time at Glastonbury to seeking out the rare, mythical creature that is... the lesser spotted Michael Eavis.

6.24.16

Meeting the Mashed Up Dads of Glastonbury

"I'm completely clive'd!" said Andy, 52.

6.23.16

What Do Glastonbury's Style Tribes Think of the EU Referendum?

Finding out whether Leave or Remain is more hot right now.

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6.22.16

The Glastonbury Traffic is a Fucking Mess, As Usual

How much shit and piss do you think is piling up on the side of Somerset's A roads right now?

6.21.16

An A-Z of Glastonbury... For Dummies!

A standard guide to navigating festivals in general isn't any use. You need some sort of map, like Lonely Planet but with some references to stomach-rotting drugs.

8.24.15

These Are the British MPs Who Were Given Free Tickets to Glastonbury Festival

Who says Glasto's not cool any more? Certainly not James Heappey MP, a former soldier who strongly supports the retention of Trident.

6.2.15

Finally, the Glastonbury Line Up Has Been Announced and It's Spread Over Eighty (!) Different Stages

The festival offers so much for its ticket price, it's a bit of a piss take that every other festival in the country only puts on five stages.

7.4.14

Shit, Poop, and Diarrhoea

We reviewed the toilets at Glastonbury.

7.1.14

Glastonbury 2014: Things We Can Never Unsee

Here’s some things we can remember by piecing together photographs and notes on our phones.

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