“Dan got down on one knee in front of the Glastonbury sign” – Ellie Morris

My first Glastonbury was in 2017 just after finishing university with my partner and friends. We went to vet school in Bristol and lived in Somerset for the last 2 years of the course so it had always been the dream to go to Glasto after finals.

The festival completely surpassed our wildest expectations – it really is the best place in the world! We had such an amazing time that we vowed to try for tickets every year for the rest of our lives!

On the first day of the festival in 2019 my partner, Dan got down on one knee in front of the Glastonbury sign at the top of the Park and proposed (of course I said yes!). We ended up getting interviewed by BBC Points West as part of a feature they were doing about a couple who got married there. We’re currently planning our wedding for summer 2022 (which will have a bit of a festival theme!).

We’ve got tickets for the next Glastonbury (my maid of honour Holly has managed to get us tickets 3 times in a row now!), as have Dan’s parents who went once before Dan was born and are excited to see where we got engaged.

 

Name: Ellie Morris
First Glasto: 2017
Attended: 2 (as of 2020)
Favourite Area: The Park
Favourite Stage: Greenpeace
Favourite Performance: Lorde (2017)
Favourite Food Stall: Rotisserie chicken

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