Posted:Hey everyone Its been a while since Ive been on the board but am glad to be back. yeehoo! Anyhoo, I am off to Glastonbury for the first time this year! yay! Ever since I came over to good ole england I wanted to fire dance round the stone circle. Now I was wondering, whats the deal about bringing in fuel and stuff? Is anyone allowed to light up and have a play or are there restrictions? Forgive me if these are silly questions thanks kel
Posted:Short answer, no problems doing anything. I've done spinning and breathing at Glasto. The security only step in when someone responsible points out that someone isn't in a fit state to perform and won't take a hint.
I overslept and woke up 2 minutes after the tickets sold out. My handy ability of sleeping next to sound systems once again rendering my alarm clock useless.
I've been a load of times before though, and the friend I usually go with has moved to NZ, so it's time I gave someone else a shot at experiencing the awesomeness.
I only really went for the stone circle, and maybe the Glade if someone good was playing. For me the stone circle was the best part, doing fire while it's dark, and drumming in the daytime until it's too hot and time to get some kip in a hot tent (take some space blankets to stick over your tent to keep it from getting hot, and get one that can open both ends if possible!)
Anyway I got tickets for the Glade festival (same people who do the Glade at Glasto) so I get 3 nights of music I like, only no fire spinning
Is it ok if an unknown wierdo comes to Falmouth for his fire spinning and drumming fix?
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Posted:Thanks Polarity Sorry you didn't get any tickets. I have heard alot about the Glade Festival it sounds awesome too! As long as your with like minded folk I guess it doesn't really matter where you are aye. Hope you have a awesome time at the Glade kel