Glastonbury is the largest festival of its kind in Europe and probably the world. It has its origins in the simple gatherings in the early 70s, the days of flower power and hippies, and now attracts over 200,000 people each year. This book traces in words and pictures the development of the festival in its formative years.
The Glastonbury Festivals documents the early days of the world famous event, from 1971 to 1986 in text and pictures. Published in 1987, this book is a fascinating insight into the event and its roots in counterculture.