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Stonehenge Summer Solstice

A celebration of life - standing amongst the towering stones with 30,000 others watching the sun rise on the magical midsummer morning.
It's great to be able to stand inside the sacred circle of sarsens as our ancestors did as dawn appears over the Heel Stone - much better than from behind a fence. A traditional way to celebrate the longest day of the year.

There's an amazing communal excitement at the solstice sunrise as the spiritual ancestry of this prehistoric temple is celebrated - with whoops of joy, drumming, horn blowing, cheering and makes you feel good to be alive.

This re-enacting of an ancient ceremony brings a mystical link, stretching right back through the aeons of time, producing almost a celebratory communion with our ancestors.
The mighty stones seem to breathe...


Stonehenge summer solstice

Stonehenge Summer Solstice


Glastonbury Festival
Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival

The experience - 3 days of seeing how good life can really be - full of music, colour and fun. You don't want it to end - although a shower and a clean loo would be nice!
No other festival attracts such a mix of generations - children frolic in the Kidz Field, ageing hippies recount their festival tales, everyone enjoys the atmosphere. No other festival raises so much for charity. Glasto is essentially all about people and will never be just a pop festival.

It isn't only music - it is the lifestyle we dream of - free from worry and work - chilling out in the sunshine, or the leafy Glade or lying amongst the stones in the Sacred Space.
Its knowing there's something exciting round every corner - theatre, circus, poetry, new bands, legendary bands, comedy, cinema, dance vibes, jazz, acoustic and it's there all day and all through the night...if music be the food of love - play on...and on...

Glastonbury Festival



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