Following the end of the Cold War, Michael Eavis made the decision to donate the £250,000 raised funds to Greenpeace and Oxfam instead of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Designer Ivan McBeth created Sacred Space in King's Meadow by burying crystals and Shakespeare's Sister drew a crowd of young people who had been otherwise uninterested in the Festival before. Primal Scream, PJ Harvey and The Levellers also played to Festival-goers for the ticket price of £49.
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