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Take A Virtual Tour Of Glastonbury 2014 In 42 Seconds

Glastonbury 2014 is go! It’s started to rain here at Worthy Farm, Somerset as festival goers continue to arrive in their thousands, ready for a wild but hopefully not too wet weekend of music. The music on the main stages doesn’t properly get underway till Friday, but already the site is buzzing with colour and excitement – according to the Glasto press centre, some 92,000 people turned up on Wednesday to start the festivities early. Here’s what we saw on a stroll of the site at lunchtime today…

The Pyramid Stage

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Arcadia

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Acoustic Stage and surrounding areas

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And on to the Park…

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Block 9 and nearby

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Shangri La

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More Shangri La madness

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The Other Stage

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