When the weather turns cold, the real-life version of the Glastonbury festival will get you covered

Posted February 15, 2019 08:50:03If you’ve been planning your trip to the iconic British music festival for a long time, you’ve probably wondered what the real world version of Glastonbursts festival would look like.

With the help of local photographer and music journalist John Walker, we’ve assembled a quick rundown of the real festival to help you decide.

The most notable difference between the two is that in this version, you’ll need to purchase a festival pass for festival access, which you’ll get at the festival.

But that’s not all!

The real Glastonbeings festival will also be completely weather-proof, and that means that festival-goers will be able to enjoy their favorite music, food and the real atmosphere of the festival without the hassle of camping or the need for tents.

The festival has been a staple in Britain since 1986, and is still one of the biggest in the world.

So what exactly will the real Glastons festival look like?

Walker explains:”I think it’s a bit like an underground shopping mall, with a little bit of the inside and some of the outside.

“The festival is about the people and the vibe, so there will be a good vibe, the food will be good, the sound will be great and the atmosphere will be really great. “

You can walk through the centre, through the restaurants, through all the shopping centres and you’ll be in a great place to be and you can be there for two days.” “

The festival is about the people and the vibe, so there will be a good vibe, the food will be good, the sound will be great and the atmosphere will be really great.

You can walk through the centre, through the restaurants, through all the shopping centres and you’ll be in a great place to be and you can be there for two days.”

And while it may seem like a small change to some, Walker says it will have a big impact on festival-going.

“It’ll be the biggest thing I’ve ever seen in terms of getting the crowds up and running again.”

I can’t think of a festival that’s had more crowds.

It’s been amazing.

Posted February 15, 2019 08:50:03If you’ve been planning your trip to the iconic British music festival for a long time,…