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Glastonbury 2010: The XX, Kelis, Dizzee Rascal, Florence & The Machine 

More than 200,000 people gather to celebrate the 40th birthday of the largest festival in the world on five square miles of land in Pilton, England. City Pages' web editor Jen Boyles was there and shared her amateur pics from the festival.
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The massive crowd
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...joined by Florence & The Machine
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The XX
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Revelers at Mista Jam's set
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Muse
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Fatboy Slim
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Sub Focus
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Sub Focus fans
Craze
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Art outside the Glade stage
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Mom and child at The Orb
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The Orb
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Dizzee Rascal
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Dizzee Rascal and Florence
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Kelis
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Fun times backstage at Kelis
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Dizzee Rascal's set
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Craze
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Kelis
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For complaints
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Breakage
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High Contrast
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The XX
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Freq Nasty
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Cafe
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Press tent
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Grounds
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Crowd
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Gorillaz's live instrumentalists
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A tribal band that played between walks to the stages
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Armadillo man
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Fatboy Slim
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Chase & Status
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Muse
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Sundown
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Delphic
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The end
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The massive crowd
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