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Glastonbury 1999 Monday, 28 June, 1999, 07:29 GMT 08:29 UK
Glastonbury: A weekend in pictures
Glastonbury 1999
Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest gigs of the year, attracting 100,000 fans and top names from across music.

Billy Bragg, REM and Fatboy Slim are just some of the diverse names to perform this year.

Other attractions are circus acts, stalls and virtually every type of fast food in the world.


Tent city: Fields are turned into a gigantic camp site for 100,000 fans


Bottle boy: Keanu Reeves dodges a missile aimed at his hobby band, Dogstar


REM's Michael Stipe makes his Glastonbury debut


Drugs performance: A sign points the way to purity testing kits


Cramped but cosy: Four under canvas


The only way to get your message across but barely anyone raises an eyebrow


Atomic: Deborah Harry rolled back the years


Underworld light up the stage


Fans go mad for the Manic Street Preachers
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