Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Glastonbury In Colour


Here is a run down of the action from across the Glastonbury site last weekend.

All photos here were taken exclusively for Bawley using a Kodak FunSaver Disposable camera.

View from Pennand Hill:


Sparkadia @ The Queen's Head:


Don the wet weather gear, now for breakfast:


Santogold @ The Park:


Rosin Murphy @ Dance East:


Editors @ Pyramid Stage:


The Raconteurs (Saboteurs) @ Pyramid Stage:


The Fratellis @ Pyramid Stage:


Flags @ The Park:


Black Kids @ The Other Stage:


British Sea Power @ The John Peel Stage:


Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit @ Cafe Tango:


Lupe Fiasco @ Jazz World:


The Wombats @ The Other Stage:



Flame Spewing DJ Booth @ Trash City:


Dangerously Full Trannie Bar @ Trash City:


Neil Cowley Trio @ Jazz World:


Nut Cases @ Everywhere:


The Imagined Village @ Jazz World:


Battles @ The Park:


The Shortwave Set @ Dance Lounge:


The Whip @ The John Peel Stage:


Midnight Juggernauts @ Dance West:



Balkan Beat Box @ Jazz World:

Yeasayer @ The John Peel Stage:


Stars @ The John Peel Stage:


Goldfrapp @ The Pyramid:


Mark Ronson @ The Other Stage:


Neil Diamond @ Pyramid Stage:


Crystal Castles @ The John Peel Stage:


Tunng @ The Park:


Where did all the Tents Go?:


Bag Packed Home Time:


Thanks to Mark O for the special moments not captured by Bawley's on the ground photographer.

6 comments:

Nick said...

Looks like fun! Looking forward to reading more about Bawley's Glastonbury adventures. Did you see Hot Chip? They looked ace.

Bawley said...

great photos Humm... nice bawley exclusive :)

Hummer said...

I had to skip Hot Chip to see MGMT, a decision that I am both very happy with and somewhat regret.

MGMT on the Park Stage were great, brilliant set, plus at the Park stage there is a smaller crowd and the hill location means everyone can see the stage.

But some of the others I was with went to Hot Chip and loved it.

Nick said...

Hmm MGMT vs Hot Chip would be a tricky one, but MGMT looked great too, and, The Park Stage seems like a cool place to see bands.. its new since I last went.

Tanya said...

Great photos and great coverage Hummer (and Mark). So pleased that Midnight Juggers was a hit being a personal favourite of mine. I think I need to go dance now.

Shane the Shoe said...

I saw the end of Hot Chip and they were great. Everyone was having a boogie. Too many tough choices to make at Glasto!