Info from eFestivals re: glastonbury 2003 licence hearing
After initial refusal, there’s another licence hearing with the local authorities on 17th February,
the progress of all this, will of course, have influences on what happens in and around Stonehenge. Whatever happens, the conditions under which the licence will be granted will be pretty onerous. Not something I particularly wish to be associated with. Have been told before, that my sort is not welcome there. Feelings mutual! It is not the festival it was, mealy an ‘outside concert’ [however big!] run by Mean Fiddler, for profit and their shareholders, and held under oppressive surveillance.
Previously : “Glastonbury refused licence – Michael Eavis to appeal”