Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Festival ‘loving universe vibe’ ahead of title set

Sir Paul McCartney has expressed how playing with the crowd “on the ley road fork” makes Glasto a “very special” place to perform

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Glastonbury Festival head Sir Paul McCartney can’t wait to Return to Worthy Farm… and its cosmic fields.

Friends say the 80-year-old Beatles legend is hoping to discover the Somerset site, which he calls “very special” due to its ancient roots.

Sir Paul, who last topped the bill in 2004, wrote in his book Lyrics: “I like the idea that we might be at the confluence of ley lines, criss-cross lines. on the planet and along which our ancestors are thought. to set up important sites.

“Glastonbury is also said to be the burial place of King Arthur. So one way or another, it’s a very special place and it has a very definite vibe. There’s no denying that it has a distinct aura.

Paul McCartney performing earlier this month


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“Since the 1960s, I have been interested in constellations, cosmology, and cosmic sound.”

Sir Paul has removed the Beatles classic Back in the USSR from his performances – including Glastonbury – in favor of Ukraine but fans can expect many other big hits from the comeback catalog of the Fab Four on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night.

At the age of 80, the former Beatle will become the festival’s oldest solo head.

People come on the first day of Glastonbury Festival



Glastonbury is finally back this year after being canceled for two years due to Covid. Enthusiasts begin to flock in large numbers today, and the music kicks off on Friday.

BBC Radio DJ Jo Whiley said: “Glastonbury is the ultimate festival, it’s a celebration of art and all about the human experience.

“So yeah, there’s all these bands playing, there’s the main stage, everybody’s excited about that, but it’s all about enjoying the things that I think you can enjoy when you come in. there.

Paul McCartney while promoting the 2004 Glastonbury Festival


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“There are over a hundred stages, there are all kinds of different performances going on anywhere, so you have to think of it like a giant pub that you can go with and you can keep tasting all these different things… circus acts, pubs, music.

“Everybody is so friendly, so you have a lot of friends, it’s just a great experience.”

She added: “Yes, you can get muddy, you can get a little wet, but great British spirit, we just have to get on with it not us, and we just enjoy ourselves despite.”

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