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THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERA BOOK OF THE YEAR PICK IN THE TIMES 'Captivating'A ROUGH TRADE BOOK OF THE YEAR 'In depth and inspiring''Beautifully compiled the perfect festival experience' SUNDAY TIMES Glastonbury 50 is the authorised behind the scenes inside story of the music festival that has become a true global phenomenon The story begins in 1970 The day after Jimi Hendrix's death dairy farmer Michael Eavis invites revellers to his field in Somerset to attend a 'Pop Folk & Blues' festival Tickets are £1 each enticingthan a thousand customers with the promise of music dance poetry theatre lights and spontaneous entertainment as well as free milk from his own Worthy Farm cowsFast forward through five tumultuous decades and the Eavis's vision now encompasses a gigantic 'city in the fields' with a total annual population nearing a uarter of a million Tickets sell out within minutes the show is beamed live tothan 40 countries around the globe and over 3 million people are registered to attend Meanwhile the bill has expanded to include big name performers artists and designers from every branch of the creative arts Glastonbury Festival is now the largest outdoor green fields event in the worldIn their own words Michael and Emily Eavis reveal the stories behind the headlines and celebrate 50 years of history in the Vale of Avalon They're joined by a host of big name contributors from the world of music among them Adele JAY Z Dolly Parton Chris Martin Noel Gallagher Lars Ulrich and Guy Garvey They're joined by artists Stanley Donwood Kurt Jackson and manyWriters Caitlin Moran Lauren Laverne Billy Bragg and by a host of photographers from Seventies icon Brian Walker to rock and roll legends Jill Furmanovsky and Greg WilliamsTogether they bring you the magic that makes Glastonbury GlastonburyTHE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERA BOOK OF THE YEAR PICK IN THE TIMES 'Captivating'A ROUGH TRADE BOOK OF THE YEAR 'In depth and inspiring''Beautifully compiled the perfect festival experience' SUNDAY TIMES Glastonbury 50 is the authorised behind the scenes inside story of the music festival that has become a true global phenomenon The story begins in 1970 The day after Jimi Hendrix's death dairy farmer Michael Eavis invites revellers to his field in Somerset to attend a 'Pop Folk & Blues' festival Tickets are £1 each enticingthan a thousand customers with the promise of music dance poetry theatre lights and spontaneous entertainment as well as free milk from his own Worthy Farm cowsFast forward through five tumultuous decades and the Eavis's vision now encompasses a gigantic 'city in the fields' with a total annual population nearing a uarter of a million Tickets sell out within minutes the show is beamed live tothan 40 countries around the globe and over 3 million people are registered to attend Meanwhile the bill has expanded to include big name performers artists and designers from every branch of the creative arts Glastonbury Festival is now the largest outdoor green fields event in the worldIn their own words Michael and Emily Eavis reveal the stories behind the headlines and celebrate 50 years of history in the Vale of Avalon They're joined by a host of big name contributors from the world of music among them Adele JAY Z Dolly Parton Chris Martin Noel Gallagher Lars Ulrich and Guy Garvey They're joined by artists Stanley Donwood Kurt Jackson and manyWriters Caitlin Moran Lauren Laverne Billy Bragg and by a host of photographers from Seventies icon Brian Walker to rock and roll legends Jill Furmanovsky and Greg WilliamsTogether they bring you the magic that makes Glastonbury GlastonburyTHE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERA BOOK OF THE YEAR PICK IN THE TIMES 'Captivating'A ROUGH TRADE BOOK OF THE YEAR 'In depth and inspiring''Beautifully compiled the perfect festival experience' SUNDAY TIMES Glastonbury 50 is the authorised behind the scenes inside story of the music festival that has become a true global phenomenon The story begins in 1970 The day after Jimi Hendrix's death dairy farmer Michael Eavis invites revellers to his field in Somerset to attend a 'Pop Folk & Blues' festival Tickets are £1 each enticingthan a thousand customers with the promise of music dance poetry theatre lights and spontaneous entertainment as well as free milk from his own Worthy Farm cowsFast forward through five tumultuous decades and the Eavis's vision now encompasses a gigantic 'city in the fields' with a total annual population nearing a uarter of a million Tickets sell out within minutes the show is beamed live tothan 40 countries around the globe and over 3 million people are registered to attend Meanwhile the bill has expanded to include big name performers artists and designers from every branch of the creative arts Glastonbury Festival is now the largest outdoor green fields event in the worldIn their own words Michael and Emily Eavis reveal the stories behind the headlines and celebrate 50 years of history in the Vale of Avalon They're joined by a host of big name contributors from the world of music among them Adele JAY Z Dolly Parton Chris Martin Noel Gallagher Lars Ulrich and Guy Garvey They're joined by artists Stanley Donwood Kurt Jackson and manyWriters Caitlin Moran Lauren Laverne Billy Bragg and by a host of photographers from Seventies icon Brian Walker to rock and roll legends Jill Furmanovsky and Greg WilliamsTogether they bring you the magic that makes Glastonbury Glastonbury