Glastonbury 2011 images from a muddy weekend

Published on Fri Jul 1, 2011 by

As festivals go Glastonbury 2011 had it all; mud, sunshine, world-beating bands and a party attitude most festivals would die for. I avoided the main stages this year and concentrated on some new spaces in the festival and of course world music artists. Far too many to list or include here, but my highlights included Omar Souleyman, Duane Eddy and Jimmy Cliff.

Duane Eddy
Duane Eddy Glastonbury

 

Sean Rowe
Sean Rowe Glastonbury

 

 

BJ Cole
BJ Cole Glastonbury

 

Jimmy Cliff
Jimmy Cliff Glastonbury

 

 

Omar Souleyman
Omar Souleyman Glastonbury

 

Linda Lewis
Linda Lewis Glastonbury

 

Arcadia
Arcadia Glastonbury

 

Arcadia
Arcadia Glastonbury

 

 

Mick Farren
Mick Farren Glastonbury

 

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