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FESTIVAL fans struggled through the rail chaos to get to Glastonbury.

Revellers were welcomed by 86-year-old site owner Michael Eavis, and quickly made the most of the sunshine.

Glastonbury fans basked in the sunshine on the first day of the festival - despite struggled amid the rail chaos

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Glastonbury fans basked in the sunshine on the first day of the festival – despite struggled amid the rail chaosCredit: PA
Revellers quickly made the most of the sunshine after a three-year comeback

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Revellers quickly made the most of the sunshine after a three-year comebackCredit: SWNS

But bookies slashed the odds on it being the wettest ever Glastonbury with thunderstorms set for the weekend.

Michael said: “We’re ready to go.

“After three years, it’s fantastic. It’s going to be the best show we’ve ever done.

“You wait and see – you better believe it.”

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And his daughter, Emily, 42, added: “It’s more spectacular this year.

“The wait has been so long and it’s just the biggest build up we’ve ever had.

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“Everyone’s feeling very happy and a little bit emotional about opening the gates.”

“It’s all so exciting, you’d never believe it.”

Partygoers were welcomed by 86-year-old site owner Michael Eavis

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Partygoers were welcomed by 86-year-old site owner Michael EavisCredit: PA
He told 'It's going to be the best show we've ever done'

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He told ‘It’s going to be the best show we’ve ever done’Credit: Alamy





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