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Brilliant LEGO Glastonbury

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We're surprised The Blockheads aren't on the bill for this.

Legoland Windsor has unveiled a brilliant model version of Glastonbury, complete with Pyramid Stage, camping punters, Dave Grohl - including leg cast - and Kim Kardashian chilling out backstage. There's even the dreaded, feared festival toilets.



The model took a team 720 hours to build and is comprised of 9,872 bricks - with 5,400 of them alone used for the 50cm high Pyramid Stage.

Legoland Windsor Resort PR Manager Lauren Moss commented, “The Glastonbury Festival has become such a British institution, it truly deserves a place here in Miniland. The Model Makers have had a huge amount of fun creating the scene and the Festival team have been really helpful giving us stage dimensions and sending a special consignment of Glastonbury ‘mud’ fresh from the farm. We think guests are going to love the scene which will remain a permanent feature here from today.”

We hope that when Lionel Richie plays the real thing on Sunday, he'll dedicate Brick House to its smaller, blockier cousin.



Lego Glasto

Kim Kardashian and Dave Grohl

Lego Glasto

Campers in a tent

Lego Glasto

The dreaded portaloos

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Kanye West on the Pyramid stage

Lego Glasto

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in real Glasto mud

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Lego Glasto

The Pyramid stage in all its glory

(Images: Legoland Windsor)

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