Glastonbury Festival 2002 Reviews
Glastonbury 2002: Culture Clash! Lost Vagueness Vs Backstage Hospitality
On the face of it, these two 'worlds within worlds' have a few things in common. They are both exclusive, in the sense that
you have to have a pink wristband to enter one, and a 'crazy' costume to access all areas of the other...
Glastonbury 2002: The Best and Worst of, Part 2
Oh how we laughed at some of the stuff going on around the site this year - sometimes with you, and sometimes at you! This
is the bit where you find out if we snapped you...and what we thought of what we saw!
Glastonbury 2002: The Best & Worst of, Part 1
We bring you the highlights and the lowlights direct from the festival site...
Glastonbury 2002: Main Stages Review, Sunday
Glastonbury 2002: Main Stages Review, Saturday
Andrew Future, the Jeremy Paxman of music criticism takes on today's contenders on the main stages...
Glastonbury 2002: Main Stages Review, Friday
Today, 140,000 campers awoke to the sad news that John Entwhistle, The Who's legendary bassist, had died. Under glorious blue
skies, those who mourned partied on anyway - 'it's what he would have wanted.'
Glastonbury 2002: Culture Clash! - Faithless Vs Coldplay
A sensitive acoustic band with a propensity for the melancholic following Britain's best dance act, known for their explosive
and uplifting live performances? Where else but Glastonbury?...
Imagine the best Glastonbury festival to date (say, 1995), enhance the atmosphere, and remove all the negastive aspects -
thieves, congestion, etc. and then you come close to Glasto 2002. Plain and simply, the perfect festival...
Glastonbury 2002 - Thursday
Just to dispell any myths about journalists just waltzing into events like Glastonbury like we exist on a higher plain to
mere mortals - rest assured... it took us hours too!