Following a year without a festival, Glastonbury was back in 2002 and boasted new security measures to prevent gatecrashers - namely the £1m 'Ring of Steel', with it's £2m security operation that successfully stopped all non-ticket holders from gaining entry to the event. £97 tickets sold out in weeks and 140,000 festival-goers revelled in glorious sunshine and saw the likes of Stereophonics, Coldplay, Fatboy Slim and The White Stripes perform. Bizarrely, Lost Vagueness in the Green Fields featured a restaurant providing silver service and ballroom dancing.
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