History 2002


The most long-awaited and carefully prepared Glastonbury Festival took place in wonderful weather.  The ring of steel fence repelled all non ticket holders and 140,000 legitimate festival goers revelled in the space and security created by  the widely praised new operational management structure.  Tickets were put on sale in February and sold out in weeks.

Acts included, Stereophonics, Coldplay, Manu Chao, Rolf Harris,  Kosheen, Mis-teeq, Fat Boy Slim, Roger Walters and Rod Stewart, White Stripes, Orbital and Isaac Hayes.  For many the place to be was Lost Vagueness in the Green Fields which bizarrely provided a silver service restaurant and ballroom dancing.

Tickets £97, including  programme.

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