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Glastonbury goers ‘furious’ as Chris de Burgh announced as emergency headline act

The 118,000 wellie-clad rock fans who have descended on Glastonbury for the weekend were left ‘furious and crestfallen’ today following the shock last-minute cancellation of many of this year’s headline acts and their replacement with one-hit-wonder Chris de Burgh as ‘emergency stand-in’.

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Posted: Jun 28th, 2013
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Some band you’ve never even heard of to headline huge festival

John Peel dancing in his graveThe prestigious Saturday night headlining slot at this year’s Reading Festival has been announced and it’s some group that you know absolutely nothing about, being over the age of 22 and therefore ‘past it’.

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Posted: Jun 12th, 2012
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Huge shopping festival a success – despite being ‘too commercial’

Organisers are claiming that last weekend saw the biggest Asda festival yet, with more than 140,000 people attending over the weekend despite the inclement weather.

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Posted: Jun 30th, 2009
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‘Stop flashing your boobs at us’ plead Glastonbury stars

Stars from across the musical spectrum have used this years’s Glastonbury festival to speak out against a small number of disruptive young women, who sit on piggy-back in the crowd and expose their breasts during the sets.

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Posted: Jun 29th, 2009
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Alternative therapist sacks Red Indian spirit guide for being useless

turned out to be just a bit kitsch, reallyA reflexologist from Glastonbury has fired her Red Indian spirit guide ‘Starhawk’ for being ‘a bit crap really’, after a 35 year working partnership. Ellie Farrell had first discovered the identity of her spirit guide at a new age fair in Weston-Super-Mare two years ago; ‘A psychic artist did a pastel drawing of him. Obviously, I was delighted to know I had a genuine Native American guiding my soul through this life, but to be honest, he did look a bit twee and kitsch, like that ‘crying Pierrot’ painting, but with a head dress and mauve aura.

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Posted: Apr 28th, 2009
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