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This years festival goers got away very lightly when it comes to a mud drenched Glastonbury. As the fashion pack polished their posh wellies and dug out their denim hot pants for the world’s biggest festival, many might have forgotten that Glastonbury is held on a working dairy farm. All it takes is a quick downpour and the thousands of revellers soon churn up the mud and remember where they are. Since its humble beginnings in 1970 as a free music festival on a farm, Glastonbury has grown into a 900-acre behemoth of the music world. That’s a lot of ground getting churned up. This gruesome gallery captures some of Worthy Farm’s muddiest moments…
1. Forget Flip-flops
… especially stone-encrusted flip-flops. And pink toenails.
If you knew you were going to be hanging out on a farm and getting very muddy, the last thing you’d be likely to don would be a fancy dress outfit. Yet every year, thousands of carefully-picked costumes end up immersed in mud. This pensive seagull is one of our favourites
Every Glastonbury season, the British press to to make people feel better about the fact they weren’t lucky enough to get a ticket to the festival by showing them photographs of people in soggy, sorry states. This doesn’t work when the ticket holders look as carefreee as this guy, snapped in 2011.