Festival-goers enjoy sunny weather on first day of Glastonbury


by Independent TV

Independent TV— Thousands of music lovers enjoyed sunny weather at Worthy Farm on Wednesday (22 June) as Glastonbury Festival opened its gates for its first day.However the weather will become less favourable over the next few days, with the Met Office forecasting thunderstorms for Thursday 23, passing showers and winds on Friday 24 and Saturday 25, and a cloudy and rainy day for Sunday 26.This year marks the festival’s 50th anniversary after a three-year hiatus due to Covid-19, with Billie Eilish, Sir Paul...

The Independent—Glastonbury 2022 in photos: Revellers enjoy day two of Worthy Farm festival. Festival-goers took part in a laughter yoga workshop on Thursday 23 June

Independent TV—Glastonbury 2022: Michael Eavis greets revelers as gates open for first day of festival. Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis greeted revellers as they arrived for the first day of the festival on Wednesday (22 June).After a two-year long hiatus, the world famous festival returned with 200,000 fans descending upon Worthy Farm.This year's headliners are Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, and Kendrick Lamar.Diana Ross will perform on Sunday's "Legends Slot."Previous years have seen weekends of wild weather, however this year's forecast looks to be sunny and dry.Click here to sign up for our...

Mail Online—Glastonbury revellers defy rail strikes to make it to Worthy Farm for first day of festival. Festivalgoers have defied the national rail strikes crippling the UK's transport system and threats of camping in torrential rain to make it to Glastonbury's Worthy Farm for the first time since before Covid.