A couple of weeks before Glastonbury Festival '94, the famous Pyramid Stage burnt down. Luckily, a replacement was provided by the the local company who provided the NME and Jazz stages. Channel 4 televised the festival live over the weekend, broadcasting perfomances by Johnny Cash, Bjork and Rage Against the Machine. A new wind turbine provided 150kw of power for the main stage and £300,000 was raised for Greenpeace, Oxfam and other charities. The death of a young man was recorded following a drugs overdose and a shooting occurred on Saturday night, although no-one was badly hurt.
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