“I have been a regular at Glastonbury Festival since the early 1990s” – Liam Bailey


Absolute superfan, I have been a regular at the Glastonbury Festival – now the UK’s largest outdoor performing arts event – since the early 1990s.

Starting out in the press pits, taking pictures of bands, I became increasingly interested in the more spontaneous side of the festival, beyond all the hype. Documenting the day-to-day life of a makeshift city with its unique sociological footprint, I hope my images show us a world in which intense experiences are played out against a backdrop dominated by canvas, big skies and, periodically, expanses of trademark Glastonbury mud. This magnificent post apocatastasistic, VR meltdown early settlement environment.

 

Name: Liam Bailey
First Glasto: 1992
Attended: 24 (as of 2020)
Favourite Area: Lost Horizons
Favourite Stage: West Holts
Favourite Performance: The egg
Favourite Food Stall: The Chai Shop

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