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She has been a huge fan of the festival for years … and there has always been that traveler crossover with Glastonbury.
So Morrissey plays at Glastonbury and I see Mike talking about it on Twitter.Bigmouth Strikes Again: Smiths Bassist Andy Rourke Tells All|Michael Moynihan|October 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Prince Harry was at the Glastonbury music festival over the weekend with his girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
I recommended that he should go on into the night, because the nightlife is what Glastonbury is all about.
An image of a house in Glastonbury, Conn., shot by Philip Trager in 1976, when he went around the state documenting its buildings.
Appointed Abbot of Glastonbury in 945, he began to reform the monastic life by restoring the early purity and simplicity.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick
And yet the visit of Glastonbury had been an event, and he could not refrain from pondering over it.Henrietta Temple|Benjamin Disraeli
He was buried at Glastonbury, an abbey he had greatly befriended.From John O'Groats to Land's End|Robert Naylor and John Naylor
In the year one thousand xvj, the coronation of Edward the third iron-side, at Kyngeston, and his burial at Glastonbury.A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483|Anonymous
The Glastonbury thorn was the first thing she really looked at.Love and Life|Charlotte M. Yonge
British Dictionary definitions for glastonbury
Word Origin and History for glastonbury
town in Somersetshire, famous as a prehistoric site, Old English Glestingabyrig, Glastingburi (725), "Stronghold (Old English byrig, dative of burh) of the people (Old English -inga-) living at Glaston," a Celtic name, possibly meaning "woad place."