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Live from Glastonbury Festival 2011

News, pictures & video from Glastonbury 2011


The 30th Glastonbury Festival is upon us and Virtual Festivals is live on site covering all of the mud, music and madness. Keep checking our Glastonbury 2011 page updated live with the latest news, pictures, videos, interviews and more!

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Live at Glastonbury 2011

All of Virtual Festivals' Glasto 2011 coverage in one place!

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Live at Glastonbury 2011

Photographer:Peter Corkhill

United Kingdom United Kingdom | by Chris Swindells | 24 June 2011

Saturday sees Pulp take to the Park Stage for a secret set, check out the photos here. Elbow celebrate their 20th anniversary at Glastonbury while Friendly Fires play a euphoric set with the help of a few Hawaiian dancers.  

We even see one of our writers, Alex Fahey, take to the Cowshed/Mi7 stage with a little help from Greenpeace. Watch the video here.

Rain? Check. Mud? Check. Radiohead secret gig on The Park stage? Check. Find out how they debuted 'King Of Limbs' here.  Thousands had been let in on the surprise as well, so many in fact that they had to shut the field. Check out the best shots from the show here.

U2 finally crown Glastonbury with a headline set, Morrisey warms up a wet Pyramid Stage for U2 and Primal Scream take a jab at U2 - it all seems to be about U2, so here's a lovely photo for you..



Check out all of the other shots from the day in our day three photo blog.

There are also reports suggesting Arctic Monkeys will make their way to Worthy Farm this weekend as well with rumours fuelled further by a Tweet from rapper Example as the Arctic Monkeys took his parking spot behind the John Peel stage. Pulp though are thought to take the second Park Stage slot tomorrow (Saturday).

In a weekend of debuts, Rastamouse made his first appearance down on Worthy Farm, with Wu-Tang Clan equally compelling.

In the features section, we take a look at Strummerville, while tackling Mexican wrestlers at Campo Pequeno too.

We went around the site yesterday and captured people losing thier minds too. Look if you dare...

Heavy rain woke campers on Thursday with hail stones and torrential downpours through the early hours.

Some festival-goers didn't take much notice of the weather and opened the festival with the traditional Stone Circle celebrations and early-morning sunrise. We caught up with some mystical characters and cynics with talk of Glasto conception.

Relive day one with our photo blog from the site with all the muddy arrivals.




You can follow our coverage live from the site on Twitter and Facebook throughout the weekend.


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