glastonbury 2014

On the Saturday night Metallica clashed with Pixies, Jake Bugg, John Grant, Bryan Ferry, Dexys Midnight Runners, MGMT and Mogwai. Now, granted, maybe not all those bands float your boat but it really rankles that you can't get to see them all.
Here we are. It's the midyear point, which means we are finally within our right to declare 2014 a dud. We won't, though
Glastonbury Festival 2014 has officially ended and while hundreds of workers and volunteers set about cleaning up Worthy
Dolly Parton has responded to critics who accused her of miming during her set at this year's Glastonbury in her own unmistakable
The clean-up following this year’s Glastonbury Festival has barely begun but the music festival’s organiser Michael Eavis
When I first went to Glastonbury I was 22: it was the year I graduated from uni; there was a heatwave; I saw Stevie Wonder, Muse, Florence and the Machine; and I hadn't quite realised how shit the job market was going to be. In short: I had the time of my life. But this year, plagued with ever-increasing overdraft - a trip to Glasto costs between £600-700 - I made the regrettable decision to give it a miss. (Note to self: don't do that again.)
Indeed, Ed Sheeran brought back memories for some: Not forgetting a few final words of advice for those who went... And the
Kasabian lived up to their pre-Festival promises, bringing Glastonbury-goers a mixture of old and new songs on stage last
If Ed Sheeran was intimidated by the prospect of following Dolly Parton at Glastonbury, he didn't show it. The singer-songwriter
Ellie Goulding wowed her fans with a rousing rendition of 'Burn' on the final day of Glastonbury this year. Ellie's live