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A black and white photograph taken at Glastonbury Festival. A car and a campervan are parked on muddy ground in a field. Beyond them a large white marquee tent site in front of some trees. In front of the tent is a sign that reads Spirit of Peace 1985.

Glastonbury CND Festival 1987 - Monday

Mendip District Council’s decision to refuse a licence was overturned in May, only weeks before the Festival. Joe Rush, founder of the Mutoid Waste Company, built the legendary ‘Carhenge’ from upturned wrecked vehicles. He then led a legendary night-long drumming session around it, establishing what would become one of the Festival’s late-night areas.


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Acoustic Stage