The gates to Glastonbury Festival opened this morning as festival goers transformed the Somerset farm into a city of more than 200,000 people as revellers prepare to bask in a 91F (33C) heatwave. Happy campers clad with multiple backpacks lugged crates of beer as they descended on the campsite this morning, cramming into snaking queues as the first day of shows gets underway. Fans revelled in the humid sunshine as they donned Dr Martens and wellies while traipsing into the site, dragging with them wheelbarrows, crates of beer and toilet roll as the gates opened this morning. One music fan came prepared for floods sporting a unicorn inflatable rubber ring around her waist while showing off a get-up of denim shorts and a houndstooth crop top. She set up camp amid hundreds of tents as her friends chugged on cider and played the ukulele while sporting festival-forward fashion looks including red dungarees, and wellies. Another young woman opted for a blue and lilac tutu and no top, with just rhinestones covering her modesty. Others coming by train were less lucky and spent a long time just trying to get out of Castle Cary Railway Station, which was packed with music-lovers… Read full this story
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