Glastonbury Festival 2003 Reviews
Primal Scream, Royksopp, Idlewild, Electric Six, Cooper Temple Clause, Tom McRae, Athlete, Pete Yorn, Nada Surf, Har Mar Superstar, The Jeevas
The familiar post-Glasto comedown is this evening, strickening some 130,000 festival goers. But don't let it get you down. Stay tuned to VF to relive the weekend of your life. We've got a lump in our throat too.
For those who dance to the beat of a different drummer (than Phil from Radiohead, presumably), Glastonbury has something for everyone. Forget life on Mars, the Green Fields of Glastonbury are stranger than any science fiction!
Finding the odd moment to drop away from the main stages (and the backstage bar), Andrew Future looks at three bands they probably didn't feature in the daily newspaper.
Moby, Manic Street Preachers, Feeder, Macy Gray, Sugababes, Asian Dub Foundation, Waterboys, Leningrad Cowboys, Town Band
Doves, Sigur Ros, Dave Gahan, Grandaddy, The Rapture, Damien Rice, Sugacult, My Morning Jacket, Simple Kid, The Gathering, The Rain Band
Radiohead, Flaming Lips, Supergrass, Turin Brakes, Polyphonic Spree, Jimmy Cliff, Jools Holland, Afro Celts, Ozomatli
R.E.M., David Gray, Suede, Zwan, Mogwai, De La Soul, Echo And The Bunnymen, Inspiral Carpets, The Darkness
It's over, all too quickly as ever, but the resounding success of this year's festival means that we can say with some confidence "See you next year!!". Till then, keep the spirit alive with our coverage of the perfect Glastonbury Festival!
The urban setting was a few hundred miles from the fields of Avalon, but the spirit of Glastonbury was shining bright as euphoric party-goers and artists rocked into the early hours, to make our first ever festival warm-up bash a blazing triumph.