REVELLERS HAVE BEGUN arriving in Somerset for Glastonbury 2011 as the amid some grim weather and with an even grimmer forecast for the days ahead.
The festival at Worthy Farm, owned by dairy farmer Michael Eavis, will see the likes of Coldplay, U2 and Beyoncé playing on some of the main stages. 175,000 tickets sold out in four hours after going on sale last October.
Fight Like Apes, Two Door Cinema Club, Imelda May and Japanese Popstars are among the Irish acts on the line-up.
Regular downpours are forecast, but it’s nothing Worthy Farm hasn’t seen before, although it will be change from last year when Glastonbury saw some of its best weather ever.