Glastonbury Festival 2015 randomiser

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Glastonbury Festival 2015 randomiser

Photographer: Virtual FestivalsJohn Bownas on 22 June 2015

Go along and see whether chance is as good a guide as anything else when it comes to planning your Glastonbury 'must see' lists!

1. Bikini Beach Band: What better to do at 3am on Friday morning than hunt out HMS Sweet Charity and pretend the sun is shining, the surf is up and you’ve got the sand between your toes! Get ready for surf guitars and a party vibe fueled by tropical shirts and middle-aged men wearing inappropriately tasseled headgear.

2. Hip Hop Karaoke: It’s 4pm on Saturday afternoon and you’re desperate to belt out the lyrics to ‘Me, Myself and I’. Never fear – a solution is at hand…race over to the Stonebridge Bar and relieve yourself of that primal urge.

3. Kero Kero Bonito: You suddenly find yourself struggling to cope without a massive dose of Anglo-Japanese proto-pop full of quirky lyrics, outlandish tempo changes and gorgeous non-conformity. If you are really lucky this urge overtakes you at 8pm on Thursday just as you are walking past the WOW! Stage.

4. Lazy Habits: Perhaps rather optimistically Lazy Habits are still directing people towards a ‘buy tickets’ link for Glastonbury…if you’re lucky enough to get one of these last minute pieces of fairy dust you could be amongst the equally lucky crowd at 8.10pm on Friday at The Hell Stage. Expect New Orleans Jazz-influenced hip-hoppery.

5. Nick Harper: Get your skates on and shimmy over from Lazy Habits to Toad Hall where Nick is holding court on Friday from 9pm. A very different vibe awaits…but it’s a grand offering of twisted folk with an emo/skiffle flavouring. If you resent people who can play guitar better than you can you will hate this gig.

6. Slaves: It’s 2pm on Saturday at the John Peel Stage and this time we’re sorry to say we’re not championing an otherwise secret corner of the festival. We first saw Slaves at Latitude last year and they immediately grabbed us by the collar, looked us in the eye, and threw us back into the mosh pit for another spin around the field. This is the band that, in our opinion, should have been given Foo Fighter’s slot.

7. Son of Dave: Remember that bloke with the harmonica who played with that band that went Mmm Mmm Mmmm Mmm. Well this is him, and if you haven’t before you will fall immediately in lust with his take on the electro-end of the blues spectrum. It’s Friday night in the Rum Shack. It’s 2am. You are happy (but don’t forget you won’t have long to race over to HMS Sweet Charity…).

Glastonbury Festival 2015 takes place on Worthy Farm, near Pilton, Somerset, from 24 - 28 June. All Glastonbury Festival tickets have now sold out.

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