Glastonbury Festival 2004 News
Michael Eavis never intended to hold the Glastonbury Festival next year, making a mockery of the rest of the world's media who 'broke' the 'story' - told first by VF many moons ago ...
Festival faves Belle & Sebastian have been voted the best Scottish band of all time as part of a definitive list of the top 50 ever. Travis came second and Idlewild finished third.
Glastonbury festival founder and organiser, Michael Eavis, will today pick up an honorary doctorate from the University of Bath for his services to the arts.
Kings Of Leon have paid homage to their UK fans and described their determination to get it right on their current tour, following a disappointing Glastonbury performance in June.
A "terrifying" ghost train is being planned to give next year's Glastonbury goers the festival fear - but can it be any scarier than a portaloo on Sunday night? Or this bloke caught at TDK Cross Central?
After selling out their 2005 summer shows in Manchester, Milton Keynes and Glasgow, Oasis have added an extra date on the south coast - and you can buy tickets here from Saturday.