Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Festival Madness - Glasto 2013




What a week! The Glastonbury Festival is always amazing and, what with half decent weather and Rolling Stones headlining, this year was the best yet.


After a four hour drive down south, we set up camp, chatted to our new neighbours and decimated our rum & pretzel supply.


I knew my St Michael 1960s swimsuit would come in handy, headband made by me for Glastonbury 2010

After a lazy Wednesday in the sun we packed our bags with booze and headed off to the Stone Circle for singing and dancing & fireworks around the camp fire,


before witnessing the opening ceremony.


I was bastard freezing by midnight but far too excited to bother with a coat. My chazza shop feather boa got admired by a finalist from The Voice - aren't I special?


On Thursday I managed to parade around in my floral finery before the wind got up, the heavens opened and we scuttled back to Gilbert. I'm linking to Patti's Visible Monday as no-one could miss me!

Wearing a me-made bikini top and a '70s patchwork maxi from eBay, Ganesh pendant (handmade by Krista-licious)

We're hardy festival goers so it takes more than a bit of a downpour to curtail our fun. We waterproofed up and met some mates down at the Salon Carousel for boozing and chat.


Salon Carousel's in The Unfairground, a broken down psychedelic circus and go-go show featuring Happy Monday's Bez's Acid House. I'd bumped into Bez in the campervan camp site earlier but I was far too shy to ask for a picture. 


 On Friday Glasto kicked off proper and despite 12 hours of rain the mud was barely worth worrying about. It turned out to be the only day wellies were necessary.



We met up with our friend Jon to see Enter Shikari (disappointing), Billy Bragg and Don Letts.

Wearing Kiss Me Kitty leggings, Edie Pop designed Vix bag and a 1960s fun fur coat borrowed from the stockroom.

Freezing my arse off during Seasick Steve's performance. The excitement proved too much for Jon's trusty digital camera and it packed up just before the Arctic Monkeys set.




Thank goodness for mobile phones. Jon's captured a bit of the amazing The Bombay Royale on Saturday afternoon. We also saw Billy Bragg again (not intentionally, we were too lazy to move) and Laura Mvula.



Here's a taster of The Rolling Stones madness. We got to the Pyramid Stage 5 hours before they came on (that's how immense Glastonbury is). We rocked out to Elvis Costello and Primal Scream in the meantime.  Apparently there were over 100,000 spectators in the arena. (If you watch any of the BBC footage we're standing next to the red flare during Sympathy For The Devil.)

Festival earrings from Queen Helga, 1960s pink crochet poncho (from a car boot sale) worn over a 1970s maxi dress.

What can I say? I've been going to gigs for 33 years and those two-and-a-half hours blew my mind. 
I wasn't too emotional to continue partying till the early hours though, catching another set by The Bombay Royale in the Pussy Parlour club tent, swigging gin and eating chips at 3am. 


Miraculously Jon found a tatty old camera abandoned by a bin on the way back to camp. We stuck in our memory card and the picture quality was passable. This is Sunday afternoon at the Spirit of '71 stage, the best place for psychedelia and trippy weirdness. 

1970s child's psychedelic cotton maxi (Ebay, 2005), floral crown (the fabulous Desiree

Not dressing in the standard festival uniform of designer wellies, cut-off Levis, a khaki parka and a plaited fringe tends to draw a lot of attention .... I love it! 




The downside of having a camper van is that the camp site feels like miles away. At peak times it can take 2 hours to walk back but luckily our mates are campers so we can leave our coats and extra booze in their tents to save missing out on any action.


It was Lilly's first Glasto. Doesn't she look the part in her Roses tee?


During the day we saw John Otway and Space Ritual, had a picnic at the Farmer's Market and caught some of Sergio Mendes. We were too lazy to make it to Nick Cave or Evan Dando in time.


Mumford and Sons were headlining on Sunday night and we've seen them before and aren't that keen so went exploring alternative Glasto instead.


I've been pestering to go to the insect circus for years and finally got my way.


Block 9 (the post-apocalyptic city) with it's debauched gay bar were a sight to behold...




...and we nearly wet ourselves laughing playing with the old skool seaside style cut-outs.





After a dance in the post-apocalyptic disco we finished the evening around the camp fire. It was supposed to be an early-ish night but our intentions went to pot.



In true Glasto tradition we met up with the gang for a Ploughman's at the Riverside Inn in Cheddar. Four hours sleep and not a shower between us in 6 days, no wonder nobody wanted to sit next to us.

1970s Prova maxi (Misfit Sarah)

My other hip's knackered, I look like death and I can't get a comb through my hair and guess what? We'll be doing it all over again on Thursday at CamperJam. God help us.

Just as well I can't walk, I've a billion blog posts to catch up on.

See you soon!

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94 comments:

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  2. fantastic Vix!!!woo hoo love it lady xxx

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  3. I'm so glad you guys had good weather and a fabulous time. You look amazing, definitely the Glasto style queen in my book...xXx

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  4. Looks like you had the most amazing time Vix x

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  5. I don't even like Glastonbury... And that's my way to say "I'd kill to go but I was sitting at home cursing for not seeing the Stones and enjoying the party"! I love your festival vibe and the pictures give me a taste of how would it be to be there! I'm glad you had a good time and maybe I'll be able to enjoy it too next time! xxx

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  6. Chips 'n' gin at 3am...perfect!
    Fab outfits, as always, Vix.
    Looking great, hun!
    Z xx

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  7. The only thing I can't imagine about your description of the Glaston experience is "I was far too shy to ask for a picture." :)

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  8. khaki parkas - eek! you look fab as usual, and such fun, I caught the stones on youtube so amazing - thanks for sharing your festival experience, much appreciate!

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  9. Hurrah! Rock n' roll babay! I love your festival madness and I was thinking of you throughout Glasto. You look scruptious babe, never mind the girlie in their wellies.
    Glad to hear the Stones rocked. Looks like little Lily is goona be a Glasto vetran one day.
    Can't wait to catch up.
    Loves ya.
    xxxxx

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  10. Glad you had a wonderful time! :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing so much fun, and for wearing that fantastic floral bikini.
    I bet you need some recovering now. I do just by reading the post, hehehhehe.
    You are the QUEEN, dear Vix.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  12. Oooh looks like you had an AMAZING time!

    Loving the alternative Glasto style (wouldn't expect anything less) and all of these pics...

    Good luck recovering ahead of yet another festival! ;)

    www.mancunianvintage.com

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  13. What an amazing adventure. You pack so much life into a weekend and in the most fabulous outfits that I'm sure you turn heads amidst a crowd of thousands. I can feel the vibrant energy from here!

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  14. Aah love these pictures and you xxx

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  15. rock and roll queen, you are! what a fabulous adventure. Thanks for sharing some views with Vis Monday, what a ride!

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  16. Oh man! That looks like such fun, and you were so fabulous throughout!

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  17. geez, what a blow out. I had no idea it was so freaking huge!

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  18. Thanks for the Glasto account. I've never been to a large festival and had no idea of the number of people and amount of space involved. Everyone else looks so drab. You're ability to look fabulous in the face of mud, lack of showering, etc. is inspiring.

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  19. wow, it looks like you had a blast! Your outfits are amazing, especially your homemade floral bra-let :) x

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  20. good weather, seasick steve and the stones? sounds perfect! so youur looks are :)

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  21. What can you say other than - Amazing ! Im so happy that you had such great times!
    Xxx

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  22. Epic post!!! Wow!! It seems like it was the most wonderful Glasto ever and the bands were the best! (I love Nick Cave and Evan Dando too, I'm sorry that you missed them, but I understand how easy was to get overwhelmed by everything!).Your festival outfits are always my favourite inspiration for the summer and I feel so honoured that you bring the bag I did for you, so I can say that a little part of me was there with you!
    Thank you for all the beautiful photos and videos!
    Love you!!! xxxxxx

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  23. Looks like you had a fantastic weekend, and you looked amazing. Glad you caught up with the insect circus, isn't it a lovely old Bedford TK. Had a long chat to them at weird wonderful wood about the lorries engine, hope for mine yet! You are seasoned rockers and so glad you finally got to see the stones ,!

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  24. Looks like you had the best time! Looking so radiant and chic despite the weather (I particularly love that amazing made-by-you bikini top with the patchwork maxi, wow!). So glad you got to rock out to the Stones, and like you I'm a massive Nick Cave fan what a shame you missed him, but did see Primal Scream yay!
    Your photos are so evocative of the cold, muddy, sunny fun!
    As for Evan Dando, well I remember having a bit of a flirt with him in the 90s after one of his gigs and he was a bit of a sweetie but total stoner....

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  25. You look fantabulous!! Love your crazy festival outfts, the patchwork mazi skirt, the floral headbans, and the neon spikey bangles!

    I also love your fur-coat avtaar-God your'e perfect!

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  26. love glasto and love you and all the top fun you had - that insect circus is worryingly familiar!!

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  27. My sweet Vix! I am still a little in shock that I actually know someone who went! What a trip! I had been keeping track of the happenings because well you and Jon were there. I think your festival attire is electrifying and I love that as always you stand out for your rainbowy goodness. Jon looks right in his element with his shirt off book in hand just chillin!

    I love seeing you groove to the beats, your such a happy beautiful free spirit. And you doing it all again on Thursday?!? No rest for the wicked bad ass peeps! I think the only way I could do a festival is with you two veterans:). You are a model for giving life to the fullest! I have missed you dear it's not as prettier of a place without your presence.

    6 days and no shower and you both still look hot, I'm not saying anything about the smell:)
    Love you bunches!
    Xxxxxoooooo

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  28. Looks and sounds like you had a mazing time hun. I will keep my eyes pealed for you when we visit CamperJam the weekend x x

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  29. Looks and sounds like you had a mazing time hun. I will keep my eyes pealed for you when we visit CamperJam the weekend x x

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  30. Are you showered and rested now, love? Bet the washing machine's been on repeatedly, and you're halfway through those billion blog posts...
    Welcome home, looks like you had the most fabulous time.
    I love to see you in all your colourful finery - someone above said how drab everyone else looks, apart from you, and it's true. I kept an eye out for you as I watched bits and pieces of the BBC coverage!
    So pleased the Stones didn't disappoint, and that the whole festival was a mostly-dry wonderful success - roll on next year!
    PS. Bez would be lucky to have his photo taken with you! xxxx

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  31. Sounds fantastic and you looked amazing - keeping dress standards up, I see!
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  32. Brill !! we watched on TV and it looked top. I've only been once in 1996 (mud agogo)and my half hour shower when I got home was heaven -enjoy !!
    Twiggy x

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  33. Woohoo, a fantastic account. I loved your pictures and you and Jon look amazing throughout. Blimey, it takes two hours to walk to your campervan? I'm knackered at the thought of that. Never mind, I'm off to see the Stones on Saturday at Hyde Park. Hugely excited. xx

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  34. What an awesome fun time. And look at you in your Woodstock finest!

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  35. I was totally thinking about you, a few friends of mine went to Glatonbury. I have not been in years, looks like you are having a wonderful time. We wanna goto PinkPop next time hopefully. I'll have to catch up on a few Glasto shows online. You look smashing as EVER Vix!! xxoo

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  36. Your amazing outfits deserve all the attention they get. Get all the rest you can the next couple of days before you do it all again.

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  37. Looks like you had an amazing time. Glad to looks so varied and interesting. One day I will go taking my girls with me! Roll Thursday for you and shall love living vicariously through you lol.

    Px

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  38. Vix, you are the Festival Queen! You looked fabulous throughout of course and seems like a marvellous time was had by all...

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  39. You definitely were the most fabulously festival attired goddess at Glastonbury!!! I love hearing about your adventures festivaling--you make me feel like I'm there in the mud chasing down a cider!!

    I'm sure there were people wondering about Cher being at Glastonbury!!!!

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  40. I have so been looking forward to this post, I totally need to stop living vicariously, lol. I'm so envious you got to see the Stones, how could anything ever compare to that? You look terrific throughout. Xx

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  41. Amazing Vix, It feels like I was there from this post. Have a fab time at the next one : ) XXx

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  42. No shower for six days - that's what they created wipes for!

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  43. What a fabulous festival. Vix you look amazing!

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  44. Stunning photos and you look amazing. You are made of sterner stuff than me though.

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  45. Oh wow looks fabulous. I must admit I don't think I would ever go to Glasto or any festival as I hate massive crowds like that but I looks like you had great fun x

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  46. looks like so very mcuh fun! and I love your hair!

    Lyosha
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  47. looks like so very mcuh fun! and I love your hair!

    Lyosha
    Inside and Outside Blog
    P.S. I’m hosting cool glasses/sunglasses giveaway here check it out!

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  48. Holy heck was there ever a lot to do!
    Your outfit choices were SUPERB.
    =D
    I am also totally in love with your green eyeshadow.

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  49. Oh Vix!! The Rolling Stones. I am so jealous. Jealous, I tell you!! Sounds like you had a great time. I love all the psychedelic clothing.

    xoxo
    Lynn

    PS -- What a strange finding the camera was!!

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  50. Holy frigging shitbox, how gloriARSE a time have you had?! The pictures speak a billion words of funnage!! I'm always amazed at just how BIG Glasto is. Feck me, rollicking about with a belly full of rum and some fabularse frocks, who cares if you can't get a comb through your hair?!
    And then onto Camper Jam?! WOOT!!!
    Take some extra vitamins,baby, sit back and enjoy the ride!
    Love Helga xxxXXXxxx

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  51. Love your Glasto pics - and all your fab outfits. Particularly the floral bra top and patchwork maxi skirt. Oh - and the M&S swimsuit. You rock Viv - but all your followers know that!

    (BTW As you saw on my blog - elder daughter is an '80s babe though I was disappointed she didn't show her Bananarama style outfit - Versace jeans and H&M top - both from charity shops. I might add it to my post.)

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  52. Love your alternative Glastonbury style; I'm not suprised you got plenty of attention.
    Hope you're recovered & ready to go to the next festival. Have fun!xxx

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  53. Oh oh I have been so excited to see these pics......there was a write up in the paper on the festival here......and I was like........oh oh I wonder how Vix & Jon are......
    Anyway..........all this is fabulous.....I want to win Lotto and go next year...hmmm I want to win lotto anyway.
    I completely understand why you go lots of attention......because you look so dam amazing.
    What an amazing event.......looks like a must do once in your life.
    Happiness to you and Jon.
    Love V. ps thanks for taking us on the journey.

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  54. Looking wonderful as always, did think of you guys when it started raining the other day and then on saturday night - wish I could have joined you! Ah well, maybe next year!

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  55. What a glorious and unbelievable good times!
    I like the fact that you dress like you and not with the typical concert attire and how needs showers or baths when you have some many artists and weirdness and coolness around to enjoy!

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  56. Wow, the best Glasto ever. Must have been amazing. It looks enormous. We used to pitch up near the pyramid just over to the right a bit, and all our friends would find us, no worries. But that was over twenty years ago. Doesn't sound like it would happen now. I'm not sure I could cope with the crowds.

    You on the other hand blossomed, in every way!!! I'm not surprised you were the headline attraction. I love you in your cozzie, in your patchwork skirt and pimped up bikini top and I LOVE you and Jon as Mr and Mrs Alien Ant Farm. So much fun down in Somerset (best county in England...hee hee). xxxxx

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  57. I feel tired just reading your experience! I take my hat off to your ardent dedication to having fun! It all sounds great. I'd love to see The Stones live. They've still got it. The post-apocalyptic city looks very interesting. As usual I adore your festival wardrobe and how cute is Lily?! xxx

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  58. What can I say other than wow, seriously wow it sounds EPIC. I admire you Vix I don't think I could physically keep going for that many days. I'd give it a crack, but not sure I could make he full duration.

    Your outfits were all amazing of course and how utterly boring is description of others attire cut of Levi's, weeklies and khaki.......seriously how bloody boring.

    Rest up my love and take care of the hip. I look forward to hearing more adventures, x

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  59. Sounds amazing and you had fab weather for it. I was watching it on TV and am seriously tempted to give it a try next year. Your Glastonbury outfits are great!

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  60. wouuu, you're a festival fabulousness queen!, all that music and people and booze!!, glad you've enjoyed all that festive atmosphere and watch so many bands!!
    hurrah for your great style and floral headbands, you look gorgeous!
    besos & music

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  61. Bwahahahaha - what fun! You managed to look great AND have a fab time, as always.

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  62. Geniales fotografías!!
    Saludos
    http://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es

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  63. Super amazingly fabulosity from one end to the other! Mondo envious to the power of a kabillion!

    When I was pregnant I had a dream (was there never a more unpromising start to an anecdote than that?) that I went into labour unexpectedly and had to give birth in a shed on a railway siding with no one but Bez in attendance. And then I gave birth to a miniature baby who happily rode on the brim of my hat. Apparently my subconscious and Glasto are very similar places!

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  64. Wow looks amazing! You have the best festival outfits ever and to look so good after 6 days without a shower is incredible!

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  65. You are Queen of the Festival!
    A beaut!
    Hugs and more hugs,
    Reva

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  66. haha good luck with your hair lots of conditioner :) Wow looks like fun I just can wrap my head around you wearing fur coat in the summer it is 115 degrees here and I am dying in the heat!! Looks like a fabulous good time thanks for sharing all the pictures Have fun at your next one!!! Love Heather

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  67. Looks like great fun and great company! And wonderful music. I can tell by the smile on your face it was awesome!

    Check this out!

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/195516413/laura-mvula-tiny-desk-concert
    Love Laura accoustic...

    xooxo
    d

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  68. Ahhh sounds like such an amazing time! I would have loved to have gone! Glad that you both enjoyed it xx

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  69. So much fun to live vicariously through you and this post. This looks like it was so much fun! Good for you guys. So happy you had such an excellent time.

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  70. Oh wow what an event, i'm friggin impressed!
    Awesome pics and cool outfits all
    Take it easy girl

    Hugs

    Ariane xxx

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  71. WOWWWWWW! Totally EPIC!!!

    So much fun! You not only saw the Stones but also one of my faves, Elvis Costello. Beyound COOL!

    Lovin' your festival style, especially the flower top and patchwork pants. SUPER!

    Well, ROCK ON, girl! I'll be thinking of you as I continue cleaning out my garage. It's the only thing epic going on around this place right now. ;)

    xxx

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  72. I am dizzy with delight just peeping at you and Jon- you both look so amazing and like you are having one hell of a good time. Good to hear you did have a great time- thank you for sharing- I feel so much cooler now! xo!

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  73. Aww wow looks like an amazing time, loving your rose headband in the first picture :)

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  74. You are a vision and an inspiration, from your snowy coat to your floral bikini top, mud and sunshine. I'm glad you and Jon had a great time. Gilbert is a fine home. Well done to him too for providing emergency shelter.

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  75. Oh Vix! Every year I see your Glastonbury pics I get so jealous - I HAVE to go one year, damn living the other side of the world!!

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  76. I don't know where to start! The Insect Circus! I saw it at Wilderness last year and fell in love. I love the video Jon took of you and your surprised but accepting face, meh, you're filming me, but I'm just going to get on with it. That flower bikini and the patchwork skirt are my favourite outfit, but they're all stunning and beautiful. No hunters, shorts, check shirts, wayfarers and straw panama hats for you! I saw a lot of that crap on the tv and knew you must be feeling very superior. Looks like an amazing year to have been there, so much going on. The post apocalyptic disco looks really intense! xxxx

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  77. Oh wow! such funnnn!!! I always love the side shows at festivals. their so entertaining when there isn't any good bands on. We went to Harvest festival in November and they had a tent with "legs" and you walked into the tent through the vagina and inside were lesbian punk rockers! it was awesome. I wont explain what the exit was like but on the other side was another tent which was playing 60s bubble gum pop. Lots of fun!

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  78. What a great read, had no idea Glasto was so huge or that there was so much to see. (insect circus?!) I hear it's gone all 'designer' now but pleased to see you didn't let the side down, you look the most ravishing thing there in that sea of drab. I missed the Stones on telly as I was on night shift but heard Keef on Radio 2, sounds like it was one to remember.

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  79. Your photos look fantastic, I really think I need to try to get tickets next year! Love your blog x

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  80. Amazing! It sounds like you had a great time, I was listening to it on the radio and watched a bit on tv and it looked like such fun x

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  81. Hey Vix, thanks for the brilliant account plus vids, it looked AmAzInG. Very jealous that you saw the Stones live! Your outfits look perfect for Glasto and much more interesting than the Grazia crew!!! Are you going to Shambala in August, I imagine it's near your neck of the woods? We are - I will keep my eyes peeled for you if so. Bye for now, Sam xxx

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  82. I missed you! Glad you had a lovely time! Glastonbury sounds like something I wouldn't enjoy (SIX days sans shower- seriously?!?!?! Don't think I could do it!) but I love living vicariously through you!x

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  83. I've been anxiously awaiting this post! I couldn't wait to here about the awesomeness of it all! GAH! Wish I was there!!

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  84. I'm currently watching Glasto which I videoed off TV (how quaint!).
    Mumford are irritating after a few minutes, Kenny Rogers wasn't too bad, Elvis was off-key, Vampire Weekend were great, Ben Howard ditto. For God's sake, are there no women singers in Britain?
    Your eponymous bag is lovely by the way.
    Take care.

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  85. Ahh this post brought back memories. I performed flamenco at Pussy Galore back in the day as well as Lost Vagueness (are they still around?) Though looks like the weather was not too bad. 12 hours of rain? Is that all? Must be a record!
    It's a marvel how you always manage to look so glam camping!

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  86. It's lovely to see your version of events! The only ''highlights'' ( if that's the right word) I managed to see on telly were Kenny Rogers and Bruce Forsythe. It didn't have me wishing I was there funnily enough. xxx

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  87. Its a secret dream of mine to one day attend Glastonbury with Gwensday & meet up with you & Jon! I know her mind would be blown & in her element! Looks like you had yet another amazing time -- I watched the video of the Stones hoping o catch a glance of you but kept getting interrupted. Now I know just where to look! Do take care of your hip, we don't want a limping Vix (though I'm sure you'd still be just as glamourous!) XXX

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  88. oh woooow, look at you, you must have been the star on that festival! one outfit is more fabulous and gorgeous than the other. i especially love that bikini and your patchwork maxi! looks soooo great! i can see you definitely had a blast!
    kiss,mary

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  89. Holy arsemonkey I swear I'm gonna make it to Glasto one year... I'll probably need new hips by the end of it too! I absolutely LOVE your festival posts and this one is THE BEST EVER! All of your outfits are amazing, of course, and my favouritest favourite is the floral bikini top and the patchwork skirt. FUCKING GOOOOOORGEOUS!!!

    lOVE YOU MORE than the caps lock key,

    Sarah xxx

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  90. Glad to read and see that your Glasto visit was so wonderful. I loved those seaside cut out photos..very funny xxx

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  91. I'm glad you had fun but boo! for the wind and rain. We saw Seasick Steve's set on the telly, he was fab! He looks like such a nice person too. Did you see the men in Zulu era militaria? Andy got very excited when he saw them, hehe!

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  92. Oh I love this post! you look amazing for not showering too! I would look bloody awful!

    I'm not keen on mumford either-who wants to listen to that old twoddle when you could be exploring an insect circus? Not me! it looks so much fun. I've never been to Glasto but I would like to experience it, as I live in Bristol I should make the effort as it's not far from me at all!

    much love xxxxxxxxx

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  93. What a fab Glastonbury, you always have the best festival! We were watching from home (wishing we were there), I’m glad you finally got to see The Rolling Stones – it must have been an immense and emotional gig for you, that buzz and anticipation to see and capture something so long-awaited and incredible xxx

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  94. I'm glad you posted it! It was fun to read. And yes, you are special! And stunning! And enchanting! The list is long. :) I love the bikini which you made of flowers - it is just something marvelous, blew my mind when I saw it first! :) Your dresses are so pretty too!

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