Glastonbury is perhaps most famous for the Glastonbury Music Festival, which dates back to 1970 when it was founded and funded by upper-class hippies Andrew Kerr and Arabella Churchill as the Pilton Pop, Blues, and Folk Festival. There’s still a strong vein of New Age and Neopagan culture running through this city today!
Glastonbury Tor is a hill at Glastonbury in the English county of Somerset, topped by the roofless St Michael's Tower which is a Grade I listed building. The whole site is managed by the National Trust and has been designated as a Scheduled monument. Artifacts from human visitation have been found dating from the Iron Age to Roman eras. The Tor is mentioned in Celtic mythology, particularly in myths linked to King Arthur.
The childrens' area at new Wonderfruit music and sustainability festival in Thailand. Want to go in 2015! Tickets for the 2014 festival cost £100, including entrance, access to all facilities and camping pitch. Dates and prices for Wonderfruit 2015 have yet to be confirmed. Visit wonderfruitfestival.com, @wonderfruitfest on Twitter and the festival’s Facebook page for the latest information
Glastonbury Attendees Might Miss Out On EU Referendum Vote: Glastonbury dates might clash with the vote on UKs membership in the European Union AND another artist has just been confirmed as part of the lineup.