The Victoria & Albert Museum has launched an online Glastonbury celebration to help “fill your festival void”.
The famous festival – due to take place this weekend – was cancelled because of the pandemic on what was meant to be a celebration of its 50th year.
Home to the nation’s Glastonbury Archive, the V&A is now hosting a seven-day “online celebration of all things Glastonbury”.
It wants people to send in written memories from the festival while a soundscape will include recordings from 2015 to explore a day in the life of Glastonbury.
The archive includes posters, programmes, designs, interviews, film, photographs, backstage passes and other memorabilia.
Glastonbury’s co-organiser Emily Eavis said: “The festival is witness to decades of creative, social and political change, and your memories are an integral part of this story.”
Written memories can be sent to email@example.com