Essentially, Glastonbury Festival is like an amazing giant machine, with thousands of little cogs all turning and running side by side to make the magic happen. Here, we give credit to the cogs!
Festival site: 400 acres
Paths & Roads: 10 miles
Superfence: 6.9km long, 3.6m high
Water: 3 million gallons used, 250,000 bottles consumed, £1M raised for WaterAid
Tickets sold: 112,500
Performers & Crew: 34,000
Amount of effluent produced by this lot: 700,000 gallons! Yuck.
Toilets: 2,500 + 20 vacuum tankers (or 'shit trucks') and 120 poor 'toilet workers' fighting an uphill struggle to keep it all clean and safe!
Beer: 400,000 pints consumed with 1000 beer workers in 18 bars, supplied by 40 booze tankers.
Rubbish: 120,000 binliners used + 1000 recycle drums + 4500 painted waste bins + 1100 recycling & litte-picking staff
Markets: 17 different market areas with 687 stalls
Entertainment: 218 bands & DJs on the 7 main stages + 345 walking performances + so many in the circus, cabaret and Green areas that it's impossible to count!
Virtual Festivals Crew Members: 1 editor, 5 photographers, 4 writers, 1 performing Leveller, 2 'Market Traders', 2 film-makers, 1 off-site helper
Official Website: 1 manager, 5 editors, 164 contributors