Glastonbury

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Glastonbury: All Events

  • Fri 28 Jun 2019

    • 28 – 30 Jun 2019
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      BBC Music returns to Worthy Farm for definitive coverage of the greatest festival in the world

      2019
  • Fri 23 Jun 2017

    • 23 – 25 Jun 2017
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The BBC brings the world's favourite festival to you. Join us live at Glastonbury 2017

      2017
  • Fri 24 Jun 2016

    • 24 – 26 Jun 2016
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The BBC brings the world's favourite festival to you. Join us live at Glastonbury 2016

      2016
  • Fri 26 Jun 2015

    • 26 – 29 Jun 2015
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The BBC brings the world's favourite festival to you. Join us live at Glastonbury 2015

      2015
  • Thu 26 Jun 2014

    • 26 – 30 Jun 2014
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The BBC brings the world's favourite festival to you. Join us live at Glastonbury 2014.

      2014
  • Fri 28 Jun 2013

    • 28 – 30 Jun 2013
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The BBC brings the World's favourite festival to you. Join us live at Glastonbury from June 28 2013.

      2013
  • Fri 24 Jun 2011

    • 24 – 26 Jun 2011
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Coldplay, U2, Beyoncé, a surprise return for Pulp, and a renamed West Holts Stage.

      2011
  • Fri 25 Jun 2010

    • 25 – 27 Jun 2010
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Gorillaz, Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder, and Dr Who on stage with The Orbital

      2010
  • Fri 26 Jun 2009

    • 26 – 28 Jun 2009
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Bruce 'The Boss' Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Blur, and tributes to Michael Jackson

      2009
  • Fri 27 Jun 2008

    • 27 – 29 Jun 2008
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Jay-Z, Kings of Leon, The Verve, and Leonard Cohen leading the crowd in 'Hallelujah'.

      2008
  • Fri 22 Jun 2007

    • 22 – 24 Jun 2007
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Bjork, a focus on climate-change, and the launch of The Park stage

      2007
  • Fri 24 Jun 2005

    • 24 – 26 Jun 2005
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The White Stripes, Razorlight, Kaiser Chiefs, two months of rain in two hours, and a stage renamed for John Peel

      2005
  • Fri 25 Jun 2004

    • 25 – 27 Jun 2004
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Sir Paul McCartney, Muse, James Brown, the greenest Glasto ever, and an unsigned bands competition

      2004
  • Fri 27 Jun 2003

    • 27 – 29 Jun 2003
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Radiohead, REM, Flaming Lips, sold-out within 24hrs, and basked in glorious sunshine

      2003
  • Fri 28 Jun 2002

    • 28 – 30 Jun 2002
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The White Stripes, Coldplay, Fatboy Slim, a new 'ring of steel' fence, and no gatecrashers

      2002
  • Fri 23 Jun 2000

    • 23 – 25 Jun 2000
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Chemical Brothers, Moby, David Bowie, a collapsing perimeter fence, and more new stages

      2000
  • Fri 25 Jun 1999

    • 25 – 27 Jun 1999
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Blondie, REM, Manic Street Preachers, the sad death of Jean Eavis, and glorious sunshine

      1999
  • Fri 26 Jun 1998

    • 26 – 28 Jun 1998
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Foo Fighters, Blur, Bob Dylan, mud surfing, and half a million quid for charity

      1998
  • Fri 27 Jun 1997

    • 27 – 29 Jun 1997
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The Prodigy, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, torrential rain, and first Glasto on BBC TV

      1997
  • Fri 23 Jun 1995

    • 23 – 25 Jun 1995
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Oasis, Pulp, Massive Attack, and a new dance tent, for Glasto's 25th anniversary

      1995
  • Fri 24 Jun 1994

    • 24 – 26 Jun 1994
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Johnny Cash, Bjork, Rage Against the Machine, the Pyramid burnt down, and Glasto on TV for the first time

      1994
  • Fri 25 Jun 1993

    • 25 – 27 Jun 1993
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The Orb, Lenny Kravitz, Velvet Underground, plus Mr Rolf Harris

      1993
  • Fri 26 Jun 1992

    • 26 – 28 Jun 1992
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Primal Scream, PJ Harvey, Shakespeare's Sister, a new sacred space, and new charities

      1992
  • Fri 22 Jun 1990

    • 22 – 24 Jun 1990
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The Cure, Happy Mondays, De La Soul, a costly police confrontation, and a new name

      1990
  • Sat 17 Jun 1989

    • 17 – 19 Jun 1989
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The Wonderstuff, Pixies, Suzanne Vega, the circus field arrives, and police worked on site for the first time

      1989
  • Fri 19 Jun 1987

    • 19 – 21 Jun 1987
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      New Order, Elvis Costello, the introduction of the Womad stage, and £130k raised for charity

      1987
  • Fri 20 Jun 1986

    • 20 – 23 Jun 1986
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The Cure, Madness, Simply Red, and 60,000 festival-goers

      1986
  • Fri 21 Jun 1985

    • 21 – 24 Jun 1985
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      With Echo and the Bunnymen, The Boomtown Rats, Joe Cocker, and 5-year-old Emily Eavis playing violin

      1985
  • Fri 22 Jun 1984

    • 22 – 24 Jun 1984
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The year The Smiths headlined (to much outcry) along with Elvis Costello and Billy Bragg

      1984
  • Fri 17 Jun 1983

    • 17 – 19 Jun 1983
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The first Glasto with proper toilets, and the birth of Radio Avalon

      1983
  • Fri 18 Jun 1982

    • 18 – 20 Jun 1982
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The first truly muddy Glasto, with 25,000 people and their first laser show

      1982
  • Fri 19 Jun 1981

    • 19 – 21 Jun 1981
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Now called ‘Glastonbury Festival’, Michael Eavis took the helm and raised £20k for CND

      1981
  • Thu 21 Jun 1979

    • 21 – 23 Jun 1979
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      Following the theme ‘The Year of the Child’, the 1979 festival attracted 12,000 people

      1979
  • Wed 28 Jun 1978

    • 28 Jun – 8 Jul 1978
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The impromptu festival

      1978
  • Sun 20 Jun 1971

    • 20 – 24 Jun 1971
      Worthy Farm, Pilton

      ‘Glastonbury Fayre’, held during the summer solstice, had free entry and food for 12,000

      1971
  • Sat 19 Sep 1970

    • Worthy Farm, Pilton

      The 'Worthy Farm Pop Festival', attended by 1,500 people with tickets costing £1 each

      1970