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Glastonbury Festival 2005 news

24 Jun 2005 - 26 Jun 2005

Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK

Glastonbury's winning ingredients
Earlier this year VF conducted an in depth survey on every major UK festival. We asked those who went to rate everything from the ticket price to the toilets. The results from Glasto make interesting reading... Full Story
Glasto 2005 'one of the safest ever'
Avon and Somerset Police have confirmed that Glastonbury 2005 was one of the safest events in the festival's history, with crime (excluding drug offenses) down almost 20 per cent on 2004. Full Story
The Great Glastonbury Survey Results!
What effect did the mud have on people's enjoyment of the fest? How did it compare to previous years? How many had sex - and with who? Just some of the pressing issues put to bed by our Glasto 2005 survey! Full Story

Eavis: Festival-Goers are my Inspiration!
Michael Eavis has publicly applauded the crowds at Glastonbury for their show of positive camaraderie in the face of the "nightmare" floodings. He also revealed his highlights from 2005 and threw in a few names of bands he'd like to have back in '07 Full Story
Lowest ever crime at Glastonbury
Avon & Somerset Police have reported that crime at this year's Glastonbury Festival was particularly low due to - we reckon - the criminals' debilitating fear of mud! Full Story

Sun shines on Glasto Sunday!
Trench foot and sunken tents have been replaced by naked flesh and warm beer as the sun finally shines on Worthy Farm. It's been a chaotic one, but the final day is shaping up to be the best of the weekend. Full Story
Thunderstorms ravage Glastonbury!
After its perfect sun-drenched start yesterday, Glastonbury was thrown into total chaos this morning by brutal thunderstorms that caused serious flooding and power failures across site. But the show must go on! Full Story