Mud, music and Michael Eavis: Revellers arrive for Glastonbury Festival

Mud, music and Michael Eavis: Revellers arrive for Glastonbury Festival

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The heavens have opened as Glastonbury opens its gates to revellers.

Many punters, who have paid over £230 per ticket, have reportedly been stuck in queues for up to 12 hours as traffic chaos hits all major routes to the Somerset site.

Organisers said rain and ground conditions had caused delays and festival founder Michael Eavis has apologised.

However the inclement weather hasn’t dampened revellers’ spirits.

More than 100,000 wellington-wearing people are due to descend on Worthy Farm for the festival, which boasts Adele and Coldplay as headliners.

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