In 1990, Glastonbury Festival for Contemporary Performing Arts (as it was now called) celebrated it's twentieth year. Casting a shadow over the anniversary was a confrontation between "looting travellers" * and police which resulted in 235 arrests and £50,000 worth of property damages. Despite this, Festival crowds were treated to performances by The Cure, Happy Mondays and De La Soul for the ticket price of £38. * - source: Official Glastonbury website.
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