With Glastonbury only being a couple of days away,I'm sure many of you are all on a countdown.. Celebrating their 40th Birthday a lot of exciting treats will be happening!!...
Stay tuned for all the reviews, interviews and pictures....
Here are a couple of things you need to know from Glastonbury itself
FULL LINE-UP TIMES NOW AVAILABLE
We've now uploaded all the 2010 line-up times to the official
Glastonbury website - click here
for full details of who's playing where and when, across 45 stages.
We've also teamed up with unofficial Glastonbury fansite Clashfinder,
to help make their at-a-glance line-up sheets even better than usual.
for the info on how to download their extremely handy PDF.
DOWNLOAD GLASTONAV FOR YOUR PHONE
Orange have launched their new and improved Orange GlastoNav
application, a free mobile app, which enables Festival-goers to plan
which artists they'd like to see at Glastonbury and navigate around
the Festival using the indispensable GlastoNav map. For the first time
ever, an Augmented Reality version of GlastoNav will also be available
for the iPhone to download as a free app during the week of the
Festival. Head to the GlastoNav website
for all the info on how to get it on your phone.
GET HERE THE GREEN WAY
If you still haven't decided how you're getting to the Festival, then
we'd encourage you try public transport. You can get train timetable
info and discount fares on the website of our rail partner,
. Meanwhile, National Express are sending coaches from across the UK
directly to the Festival site - click here
40TH ANNIVERSARY SCRAPBOOK
The Glastonbury scrapbook features exclusive material from the
personal archives of the Eavis family, tracing the event from its
beginnings in 1970 through to the multi-stage extravaganza of today.
Full colour and with hand-written captions by Emily and Michael, the
Scrapbook is a 120-page look at the Festival over the years. You can
buy this terrific limited edition book for �10 from Oxfam's website,
by clicking here
. �7.50 from each sale will go to aid Oxfam’s efforts in Haiti.
"PLEASE TAKE IT HOME" CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES
Please Take It Home is our new campaign to raise awareness of the
terrible state that Worthy Farm is left in when everyone goes home
after the Festival. Abandoned camping equipment and rubbish blight the
beautiful green pastures of the farm. If you're coming to this year's
Festival, please do your bit when you leave: take all your camping
gear home and put all your rubbish in the bin bags. A few minutes'
effort really can make a world of difference. To support the campaign,
to join the Please Take It Home Facebook group. Thank you.