Glaston-Bury 2021 – Review

Glaston-Bury 2021 – Review

1st September 2021 0 By DJ Pixie

Atlas – Photo courtesy of DJ Pixie

Glaston-Bury 2021, a great community charity festival held in support of Bury Hospice.

Glaston-Bury have raised over £170,000 since starting out in 2008.
Now in its 14th year this fabulous festival keeps going from strength to strength.
After seeing 2020’s festival cancelled due to Covid, festival organisers Christopher Buckley and Lyndsey Hopkinson did not let this deter them as they held an online live streamed event for the fans.
This year with Glaston-Bury going full steam ahead and we see they have added more outdoor stages.

Broken Biscuits – Photo courtesy of DJ Pixie

Totalling 5 across Bury Town centre and 15+ bars housing bands across Bury.
With tickets so reasonably priced for the day at;
Over 13s £8
5-12 year old £5
Oaps £5
Under 5s free

Blood Red Saints – Photo courtesy of DJ Pixie

Over 200 bands set to play across Bury and the weather holding out, the day looks to be a good one!
Over the course of the day we see performers, tribute bands paying tribute to the likes of Motorhead and AC/DC, to original bands such as Atlas, Collibus, Impavidus and the AOR Phenomenon Blood Red Saints who are signed to Frontiers Records.
The bands playing 45minute sets, blowing the roof off this event.
The crowds in full flow singing along, dancing and just having a fun filled day at this superb family music event.

If you haven’t had chance to come and check it out, I highly recommend it, you won’t be disappointed! 

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