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How to DIY Glasto!
Steve Green near the main stage!
Find out how to DIY Glasto!

Steve Green was one of the unlucky people not to get a ticket to Glasto, but this didn't stop him from having his very own festival.

Find out how to Do It Yourself Glasto.

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Arrived at last! I can't wait to put down this heavy rucksack.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Hmm, where should I pitch the tent? I don't want to smell the toilets come Sunday.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
This looks like a pleasant spot. Now, as a veteran of many festivals, I know from bitter experience that it is essential to put the tent up before doing anything else.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Perhaps just one beer though...   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Oh...   Click here for a bigger picture
 
There's nothing better than Glastonbury nights, singing songs by the campfire.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Taking a break between songs!   Click here for a bigger picture
 
It's been a long and tiring day...   Click here for a bigger picture
 
...and so to bed.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
I think the rain seems to have shrunk my tent!   Click here for a bigger picture
 
An aerial view of the site.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Time to see some bands! It's often difficult to get near the front at the main stage, as there's always such a large crowd - at least I think that's why it looks so small.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
It's great to escape the crowds and chill out at the mystic stone circle.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Glastonbury is notorious for its toilets.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
Back to the tent for some nosh. I've marked my territory with the tape, and the flag should enable my friends to find me easily in the sea of tents.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
I've never yet managed to put up a tent that stays up for the whole festival, but it's been a good one. Same again next year then.   Click here for a bigger picture
 
This festival is quite easy to clear up afterwards.   Click here for a bigger picture
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