Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Glastonbury Blog

Looked like a lovely time:

The flooded campsite at Glastonbury today. Photograph: MJ Kim/Getty

Well done to the technicians. After gloomy announcements that the first three acts on the Pyramid and Other stages were to be cancelled, power was restored in sufficient time for the third act on each stage to play. With a piece of Glastonbury magic this meant the Undertones - billed third - opened the festival with Teenage Kicks, which will now always sound like a tribute to the late John Peel. The crowd were wet but their spirits lifted as the first bars rang out.

Read it all at the Guardian...


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