Glastonbury

Saturday, June 16, 2001

Back in 1970 an English farmer decided it would be nice to invite some hippies round to listen to some free music in his fields. By the year 2000 over 100,000 people were camping out to listen to bands like Macy Gray, Oasis and Elvis Costello. This year though, technology and peace n' love meet at "Virtual Glastonbury," the website exists - the festival doesn't.

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