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Rain to return to Glastonbury
Rain is expected at Glastonbury this weekend as organisers put in place the final touches to ensure that none of the musicians' music instruments get soaked.
From Wednesday onwards, eager music enthusiasts will descend on the Somerset site in preparation for one of the biggest and most-loved summer festivals held in the UK.
Wellington boots and waterproof clothing will be essential items to help fans navigate through muddy fields while the showers fall on top of them.
That said, the rain is only expected to fall in short bursts, but anyone hoping for sunshine will be disappointed as it is forecast to remain slightly cloudy throughout the weekend.
The festival is being headlined this year by Coldplay, who have just released a new song, U2, who have been busy with their Spiderman musical on Broadway, and Beyonce, who has made a return to the music scene after a short hiatus.
One of the new additions to Glastonbury this year is the inclusion of a medieval bullring called Campo Pequeno.
It will be a place where you can, according to the festival organisers, "discover a fuse of Hispanic mayhem and astonishing performance spectacles".
Mexican wrestling and tomato throwing activities are just two of the extraordinary treats on offer.
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Posted on 21 Jun 2011 15:37 to category : Music News
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