Left Field

Glastonbury Festival 2004

published: Fri 4th Jun 2004

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June 2004
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£112 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Wed 7th Aug 2013

Left Field experiences include the Co-op Cyberstation where Glasto-goers can email free photo e-cards home and sample ethical goodies. Alternatively, about a chance of 15 minutes of fame in the Amicus Diary Room? There’ll be innovative campaign messages from War on Want, Justice for Colombia, Stop the War, the International Solidarity Movement and No Sweat: keep your eyes peeled for those ‘death squad paramilitaries’ and the Human Banana’s from Bananalink.

There’s Fair Trade shopping galore from Ethical Threads and Bookmarks and of course the late night Left Field Bar. Your safety at the Left Field 2004 is assured by FBU stewards, so sipping a Che Guevara cocktail during happy hour, the message of solidarity has never tasted better!

Friday 11:00 - Short films & cool sounds from Youth Music
13:15 - The Rub brings his memorable protest songs
14:00 - Lies. Damned Lies and George Bush - Left Field Debate with Tony Benn, John McGee (FBU), Kat Fletcher (NUS President) & supporting content from the Cannes Film Festival
15:45 - Live music from West Country sparkling songstress Martha Tildston
16:30 - An encounter with Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein (No Logo) featuring footage from their forthcoming documentary ‘The Take’.
18:30 - Leftfield clears the decks for Strummerville: The Joe Strummer Foundation For New Music with special guests Keith Allen & DJ Bez
Strummerville presents live music from:
18:50 - The Lovegods
19:30 - The Barnstormers
20:10 - Mike Peters (The Alarm)
21:00 - Hugh Cornwell (The Stranglers)
22:00 - Republic of Loose
22:45 - With compere Attila the Stockbroker
23:00 - Carbon/Silicon – Mick Jones and Tony James new band wrap up the live music
23:35 - Exclusive Strummerville film footage
12:10 - Club Left Field with The Dub Cartel DJs (Don Letts, Dan Donovan & Gary Stonedge)

Saturday 11:00 - Youth Music workshop & live sounds
12:15 - Short films & poetry
14:00 - The Global Fight for Workers Rights - Billy Bragg and Derek Simpson (Amicus) lead an International Left Field Debate with guests from Drop the Debt, Costa Rica, Haiti and Ecuador
15:20 - Surprise musical guest
16:00 - Anti-Fascist Debate with Dave Randall (musician, Slovo) and Lee Billingham (activist, Love Music Hate Racism)
17:20 - Left Field comedy with Steve Gribbon, Vlad MacTavish, Nick Wilty & more
Rock Against Racism presents live music from :
19:00 - Jetplane Landing
20:15 - The Filaments
21:30 - Capdown
22:45 - Katastrophy Wife (Kat Bjelland/Babes in Toyland)
23:30 - Club Left Field with Jerry Dammers (The Specials)

Saturday 11:00 - Workshop and performances from Youth Music
12:15 - Chill out DJ music from Jerry Dammers
13:00 - Live music from Simon Friend
14:00 - Fair Trade Debate featuring Kathryn Smith (Co-op), the Maquila Solidarity Network and other special guests from Oxfam and War on Want
15:30 - Seize the Day bring their songs – banned by the BBC, but welcome at the Left Field
16:30 - Glen Tilbrook (Squeeze)
17:30 - Prohibito Olvidor – Left Field premiere of documentary about the workers struggle in Colombia. With Directors Q&A, Colombian Trade Unionists and Ruth Winters FBU president – live hook up with Mark Thomas direct from Colombia
18:45 - Enigmatic live sounds from Slovo
19:30 - Left Field troubadour Billy Bragg
20:45 - Psycho Celidh tunes from Neck
22:15 - Surprise DJs

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June 2004
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£112 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Wed 7th Aug 2013


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