Thursday, June 23, 2011

MUDDY MAYHEM AT GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL

  Festival fans were contending with muddy mayhem at Glastonbury after torrential downpours turned the 900-acre site into a quagmire.
  Every inch of Worthy Farm in Somerset has become a mud bath as early arrivals gear up for the beginning of the main event.
Welly-clad music fans put on brave faces despite hundreds of tents flooding and treacherous conditions underfoot.
  Headliners at this year's event are Coldplay, Beyonce and U2.
Quagmire: A festival-goer carefully walks through a puddle at the Glastonbury festival in Somerset today
Quagmire: A festival-goer carefully walks through a puddle at the Glastonbury festival in Somerset today
Desperate measures: Site workers try to suck mud from the market areas close to the Pyramid Stage in an attempt to dry them before the main event begins tomorrow
Desperate measures: Site workers try to suck mud from the market areas close to the Pyramid Stage in an attempt to dry them before the main event begins tomorrow

In for a penny... Tom Wilder, 17, from Kent, gets into the festival spirit and performs a dramatic slide in the Glastonbury Festival mud
In for a penny... Tom Wilder, 17, from Kent, gets into the festival spirit and performs a dramatic slide in the Glastonbury Festival mud

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