“There’s no other place like Glastonbury” – Elicia Wilkinson

“There’s no other place like Glastonbury Festival, and this picture captures its mystique perfectly.

This photo was taken in 2019, at about 7 Sunday morning wandering back from South East Corner towards our tent at The Other Stage after watching Jamie Jones and Patrick Topping (who I’d managed to get a picture with earlier that night!) at The Temple. After hours of two-stepping a hole into the ground, there wasn’t much life left in the crowds of stragglers all making their way back to their tents.

On the way back I noticed a group of people gathering while taking pictures ahead of us. For a second I thought there had been a fight, but then I remembered we were at Glastonbury – and there’s an unwritten rule: No scraps atGlasto!

I got closer and looked through the gap in the trees to see the sun rising… I’ll just lay this here and let the picture tell the rest of my Glastomonial…”


Name: Elicia Wilkinson
First Glasto: 2017
Attended: 2 (as of 2020)
Favourite Area: South East Corner 
Favourite Stage: Pyramid 
Favourite Performance: Too many to choose from!
Favourite Food Stall: Toastie food stall in south east corner 

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