“My love affair with Glastonbury started in 2010” – Kate Houghton

My love affair with Glastonbury started in 2010 and I’ve been obsessed ever since! At my last festival in 2015 (not for lack of trying to get tickets), I went to see Jessie Ware on my own at the John Peel stage.

Whilst there, I got chatting to the person stood next to me. After telling him how much I loved Jessie Ware and the song she was singing, he replied: “I wrote it”. It turned out he was Two Inch Punch, the producer who had worked on her first album with her.

Meeting someone who had helped write some of my favourite songs, whilst watching her perform felt like a bit of a Glastonbury magic.


Name: Kate Houghton
First Glasto: 2010
Attended: 5 (as of 2020)
Favourite Area: Block 9 / The Park
Favourite Stage: Pyramid / John Peel
Favourite Performance: Too many! Stevie Wonder (2010), Coldplay (2011) – there’s some about that many people knowing every word. Florence (2015) – insane replacement headline set.
Favourite Food Stall: Jamaican Jerk! There’s an amazing chips stall somewhere too

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