World’s biggest tribute festival marks 10th year

Photo: PR Media
Photo: PR Media

Glastonbuget, the world’s greatest tribute festival chose to celebrate their 10 year success in style over the bank holiday weekend by taking festival goers on a musical journey with performances from sensational tribute acts and independent artists.

The one of a kind festival saw artists perform tribute songs from across the 70’s, 80’s and 90s with the likes of the legendary; Kazabian, Mercury, Oasish and Fleetwood Bac all taking to the main stage. Audiences also gathered across the other 6 stages to watch sets from over a 100 independent artists including pop band TwoSixOnes, heavy metal group Sour Mash and BBC Introducing’s Esther Turner.

Eighties singing sensation, Toyah Wilcox who was Glastonbudgets 10th anniversary’s special guest gave the audience a fantastic performance. The star gave a variety of her best hits including everyone’s favourite ‘It’s a Mystery’ along with songs from her most recent album, ‘Has God Ceased to Dream You.’

The biggest event in Wymeswold, Leicestershire, also put on a show with their wide range of food and drinks stalls. The main sponsors of the festival, Tiger Beer had extra fun with festival goers by serving their pints from a double decker London bus.

Glastonbudget strongly supported local charity, The Leicestershire and Rutland Organisation for the Relief of Suffering (LOROS) and highlighted the importance of donations received by encouraging people to wear fancy dress and have their face painted. Glastonbudget were proud to continue their work with LOROS and are happy to have raised more money than any year before.

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