Glastonbury Festivals Ticket Prices Announced. We Pick Our Top Five Glasto Moments!

06 September 2012

Beyonce Glastonbury 2011

Ticket prices have just been announced for Glastonbury 2013 and, for £205 for the whole weekend, you can bet it will be the best line-up it’s ever seen. Whilst the tickets aren’t on sale until 7 October, we couldn’t help but feel somewhat nostalgic. Take a look at our favourite Glasto moments of recent years...

Oasis, Wonderwall, 2004

Remember when the most famous brothers in rock were still speaking? Sure, they probably has a row before, after and during this performance of Wonderwall, but it still remains one of our firm favourites.


Beyonce, Crazy in Love, 2011

Beyonce headlining the prestigious Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury last year was a landmark performance. The first time in 20 years a woman headlined Glastonbury’s most coveted spot. Her most-loved hit went down a storm, naturally.


Coldplay - Viva La Vida, 2011

Glasto stalwarts Coldplay also took to the Pyramid stage last year – their third headline performance over the years at the festival. West Countryman Chris Martin credits Michael Eavis and his invite for the band's first headline set in 2002 as a pivotal moment in the career of the band.

Stevie Wonder, Happy Birthday Glastonbury, 2010

Stevie “Legend” Wonder headlined in 2010, singing all his classics For Once In My Life, Uptight, Superstition, I Just Called to Say I Love You, Signed, Sealed, Delivered and Living for the City. But it was his rendition of Happy Birthday that we loved most, to celebrate the festival’s 40th birthday. Creator Michael Eavis even came on stage, too.


Scissor Sisters feat Kylie Minogue, Any Which Way, 2010

Kylie? At Glastonbury? That’s right. As the Scissor Sisters belted out hits from their new-at-the-time album, Night Work, their most famous pal, Miss Minogue joined on stage to sing on Any Which Way. She looked super-hot, too.


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