Sex, Mud and Rock n’ Roll at Glasto 2004

We have now recovered sufficiently to bring you the ultimate coverage from Glastonbury 2004. Sure, we've got all the usual reviews and the best gallery in the world, but this year we got down and dirty to expose the complete mud, sex and toilet debauchery

Click here for the ultimate coverage of Glastonbury 2004!
Featuring reviews of the main stages, the headliners, the dance arenas, the best of the rest and loads of features and interviews to send you into mud-caked nostalgic bliss!

Click here for Sex! – you had it!
[l-zone1]With thousands of free condoms being snapped up over the weekend, there were no prizes for guessing what everyone was up to as the rain came down! Whether with strangers or loved one, on pills or cider, in your tents or in toilets – it seemed like the weather was not the only thing to get you wet…

Click here for Mud! – you loved it!
[l-zone2]We squelched, we stumbled, we fell over, we slid around – we all loved it, it seems! When put to a poll on the official message boards, the majority agreed that it’s all part of the fun. Click on the link above for some cracking mud stories!

Click here for Toilets! – you hated them!
[l-zone3]But not as much as in the past, it seems, with an overall positive response to festival organisers’ attempts to clean up the infamous toilet stink. Some of you even saw fit to take your partners in with you (see ‘Sex’!)

Click here for Camping! – Backstage vs ‘Outside’!
[l-zone4]With vandalised toilets, a muddy swamp and a rammed hospitality tent brimming with it-girls, pseudo-celebs and champagne fiends, VF decided to compare the supposed backstage luxury with the mythical drudgery of the “outside” camping…

Your highlights from the festival
[l-zone5]We’re sure you’ve read more than enough about what we thought about stuff. More importantly, what did you like best? We sifted through the official message boards to find out what was hot and what was not at Glasto 2004!

The Best & Worst of Glastonbury 2004

Every high has a low, like every glorious sunset at this year’s Glasto had a sticky brown floor underneath it. We bring you the best sunny highs and muddy lows as we stumbled across them!

Click here for some Freakey Festival Facts from Glastonbury 2004!