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    Hellooo
    Well the thing is I might be going Glastonbury next year for the first time, but I've never been to any of these festivals so I don't know what it's like at all, and I'm clueless as to the price of one ticket.
    How much is it? and is Glastonbury good?

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    (Original post by Rimipie)
    Hellooo
    Well the thing is I might be going Glastonbury next year for the first time, but I've never been to any of these festivals so I don't know what it's like at all, and I'm clueless as to the price of one ticket.
    How much is it? and is Glastonbury good?

    Thank you

    It was 175 pound this year for the camping and full weekend (and you can go as early as the wednesday morning)
    I think it is excellent and it gets better everytime in my opinion
    Ps 2010 is the 40th anniversary of the festival so Eavis has promised it to be brill! Apparently there are going to be some pretty big names and possibly people they have always wanted to get to play but previously havent....
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    Yes it will be brilliant, really hoping for some superb acts for the 40th anniversary and hoping the fact that its such an important year for the biggest and best festival in the world will mean the huge artists will be just queing up to play.

    Ticket prices will be at least 175 quid and I wouldn't be surprised to see them going higher once again but its definitely worth it and I've heard they may even open the gates on Tuesday next year due to so many people turning up early this year!
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    Im definately going next year!
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    Glastonbury is the mother of all festivals. There is so much to see and do if you don't want to listen to music at that part of the day. so many big names play and everyone there is super nice.The tickets are pricey but once you arrive and experience it you realise that its more than worth it
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    i went to my first glasto this yr and it was amazing!!!

    cant go this yr cos my economics exam is on the friday so if ur in yr13/upper sixth, check ur exams cos we were all ready to go before realising we cudnt with the exams being much later this yr
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    If you havn't been, you honestly do not know what you are missing out on. The massive hype is there for a reason!
    I have never met anyone who has been a regreted it. I'm lucky enough to live down the road, so go every year

    The only place where you could run around naked, drink beer for breakfast, and no-one would take any notice of it!

    And the music is PHENOMENAL.
 
 
 
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