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Strummerville Campfire at Glastonbury 2014

Strummerville - Glastonbury 2014

This year we moved the Strummerville bandwagon to Clapps Ground, In between The Common and Block9 as we just needed more space! We will, as ever be bringing our traditional campfire, good vibes, great impromptu music and lots of love…

We also be took over the Bimble Inn stage on Saturday – which was located at The Park with the following bands & running times:

Gemma Rogers and the Millmen 5pm

The Din 6pm

The Sleaze 7pm

Strummerville Djs onwards! Use #StrummervilleGlasto2014 or #Glasto2014 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – we’ll share your posts!!

The Strummerville campfire continues the legacy of Joe Strummers’ campfire community at Glastonbury where people can come to drink, talk and laugh with some like-minded individuals.

Joe Strummer will be forever immortalised within rock’n’roll history. He channelled attitude and purpose with great punk-rock anthems to become a voice of a generation. His words and The Clash’s music still influence a generation of young musicians who want to make music with something to say rather than just be one of the crowd. Strummerville aims to maintain this legacy, allowing young musicians with the opportunity to play gigs, get their music heard and help share the spirit of Joe for years to come.

Strummerville set up the camp and lit the fire, the people came along and keep it burning.

Thank you to everyone involved in making this year one of the best!


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