Love Sells

Written by Dan Reinhold


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Glastonbury Festival History: Losing the Main Stage

Written by Holmes Charnley


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There was just one wee problem. Whilst I had been enjoyingrepparttar fireworks,repparttar 118189 crowd had swollen. From craning my neck upwards to enjoyrepparttar 118190 fireworks forrepparttar 118191 last half hour, upon looking straight ahead again, I couldn't seerepparttar 118192 stage at all. Now, I'm notrepparttar 118193 tallest boy, so, it was a case of standing on tip toes, but to no avail. Nothing. Not a jot. The ruddy stage had disappeared!

The Orb had taken torepparttar 118194 stage, this much was patently obvious, asrepparttar 118195 crowd were roaring their approval, and if I looked up intorepparttar 118196 sky,repparttar 118197 laser show was happening, but, Jesus, I couldn't see a thing. Not to worry, Little Fluffy Clouds was being played and it sounded fantastic, so I didn't care too much. What was important wasrepparttar 118198 music, I kept telling myself.

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The Orb finished their set, andrepparttar 118201 crowd gradually began to disperse. I hung around for a bit, just relaxing, enjoyingrepparttar 118202 night air, a bit knackered, but happy.

Finally, I decided it was about time I got back to my tent, whilst I could still remember what it looked like, and that was when it happened. I turned round, to head back, and there, only 20 yards or so away, wasrepparttar 118203 fucking main stage.

I'd got so out of it, so intorepparttar 118204 firework display that I'd forgotten to turn back round after. No wonder that bloke and his girlfriend had been facing me, enjoying The Orb.

They'd been facingrepparttar 118205 stage.

Copyright Holmes Charnley mmiv. All rights reserved.

Freelance Journalist based in Devon-UK. For more examples of my work, please visit http://www.articles.me.uk. The two most recent pieces have been published in The Guardian (UK broadsheet.) Pieces also accepted by Jack magazine.


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