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The 20 Great Glastonbury Moments That'll Make You Yearn For Muddy Fields

Ah, Glastonbury Festival. We've all been there. Actually, that's not strictly true. Officially (not including hundreds of thousands of fence jumpers) 2.8 million people have attended in the event's 33 festival history, and the money made from ticket sales over its lifetime is a head-banging £325 million.

Few more facts? Go on, let us... The perimeter now runs a distance of 8.5 miles and just 400 cows have made way, this weekend, for 175,000 people. 

And all of them will be praying for one or two moments like these...

(Images Rex/YouTube)

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