A must-have for festival fans.
With exclusive interviews, never-before-seen photos and lots of insight from big names, including Adele, Dolly Parton and Noel Gallagher, this is a must for any music fan.
In this beautifully compiled history, Eavis and his daughter Emily trace Glastonbury's remarkable 50-year evolution, alongside testimony from performers and a fabulous trove of photographs. Blessedly mud-free, it's the perfect festival experience.
... Emily Eavis's childhood recollections, and photographs documenting how it went from a mellow hippy love-in with free milk in 2971 to a crusty nightmare in the early Nineties to a fully functioning pop-up city it is today, are captivating.
Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily prove typically welcoming guides as Glastonbury 50 unravels the history, the book's scrapbook approach mixing personal stories and classic photography with colourful reminiscences from the likes of Chris Martin, Ed Chemical, Noel Gallagher and Banksy.