Wednesday, August 09, 2006

GLASTONBURY 2007 TAKING SHAPE

Preparations are coming along nicely for 2007's Glastonbury Festival: heavy rain is being set up, people are practiscing doubling the cost of a can of lager and GPs around the country are familiarising themselves with the early signs of trench foot.

Oh, and Michael Eavis is sorting out headliners.

Apparently, Spingsteen is nothing more than a rumour, and while Kylie is being lined up, nothing has been signed yet.

And organisers are looking to increase capacity to 175,000 - although, of course, that won't mean overcrowding. We're sure.


1 comment:

CarsmileSteve said...

hopefully, they'll move some stuff around to increase capacity, the Other Stage field is a blasted wasteland and has been since 98, so if they made that camping and then moved everything else a field to the left...

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