Having been refused the go-ahead by the local council, Glastonbury '87 only just managed to happen after the decision was overturned in May.The year that the Womad stage was introduced, 1987 also saw 'Carhenge' built by the Mutoid Waste Company. 60,000 people attended to see Elvis Costello, New Order and Robert Cray and a massive £130,000 was raised for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and other local charities. By now, Glastonbury Festival was a regular yearly fixture on Radio 1.
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