Glastonbury Festival 2002

The 2002 Glastonbury Festival took place over 3 days, from Friday the 28th to Sunday the 30th of June. It was headlined by Coldplay, Stereophonics, and Rod Stewart, with Isaac Hayes in the Legend slot on Sunday.
Dates

June 28 – 30

Duration

3 days

Price

£97

Tickets Sold

140,000 tickets

Daily Capacity

140,000 people

Programme Price

£7

Venues

36 venues

Performed Here

262 performers

Performances

273 performances


Headliners

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Venues


New for 2002


All Venues

Performers

Performed Here

2002 Lineup →
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History

Timeline

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2002

  • Super fence is introduced to stop gate-crashers

    It stands 14ft high and costs over £1 million.

  • Mean Fiddler takes over logisitics and security

  • The Strokes cancel their Friday headline slot

    Replaced by Coldplay.

  • Kaye Dunnings: Starts working as a performer at Lost Vagueness

  • Lou Fitzpatrick: Becomes Assistant Coordinator of the Dance Tent


Key Dates

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  • Tickets went on sale
    Fri 22 Feb 2002, 9:00am
Media
Poster
Programme
Map
Ticket
Website
Worthy Causes
Statistics

More Stats

Price Increase Over 2000

£10

Tickets Sold Out

25 days

Worthy Cause Donations

£1 million

Market Stalls

755


Weather

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State of Ground

Dry

Highest Temp

18°C

Lowest Temp

6.6°C

Total Rain

0.68mm

Weather Station

Yeovilton

Friday the 28th

18°C

7.8°C

No rain

Saturday the 29th

17°C

6.6°C

0.1mm

Sunday the 30th

18°C

11°C

0.58mm