Left Field

Glastonbury Festival 2005

published: Mon 6th Jun 2005

Friday 24th to Sunday 26th June 2005
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£125 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Wed 7th Aug 2013

Friday 24th June
British Sea Power
Sonic Audio + some very special indie guests
Buck 65
The Rakes
The Lovegods
Special Guests
The Mutts
Candido Fabre y Su Banda
Bob Crow
Raices Cubanas
Cuban dance performance & salsa workshop
Cubania
DJ Club Clandestino
CSC & RMT presents Big Cuba Fiesta: US Imperialism and the Cuban Blockade debate wth Bob Crow (RMT), Luis Marron (Cuban Solidarity Campaign) & a special musical guest
Acoustic slot
Soul Park
WorldBeats Acoustics
Drum Circle

Saturday 25th June
Babyshambles
Estelle
The Others
Lady Sovereign
Skitz & Rodney P with Skeme & Big P
Agent Blue
Teasing Lu-Lu
Amicus:DISCOVERED!
Unite Against Fascism Debate, with Billy Bragg, Derek Simpson (Amicus), Neville Staples & Jerry Dammers (The Specials), Mark Steel, Weyman Bennett (Unite Against Fascism) & Skene.
Who Shot the Sheriff? (Rock Against Racism film premiere)
Steve Gribbin
Shappi Khorsandi
Ian Stone
Mark Steel
Comedy presented by the Refugee Council with compere John Fothergill
Rob Reynolds
Bex Marshall
John Pilger Q & A
Special Guest
Birth Day Trust launch

Sunday 26th June
Neck
DJ Jerry Dammers
Billy Bragg
Steve Earle
Alison Moorer
The Rosinators
The Beat featuring Neville Staples
Debate with Tony Benn, Dave Prentis (UNISON), Kathryn Smith (Co-op) and Leiton (Trade Unionist from Costa Rica)
Tony Benn will issue a rallying call - echoing Sir Bob Geldof - aimed at mobilising hundreds of thousands on the streets of Edinburgh and outside the Gleneagles Hotel the weekend after the Glastonbury Festival. The debate will be streamed online, and anyone can join in by texting questions to “debate Benn” at 83010, or emailing them to debate@leftfield.coop.
Make Poverty History: Shot films & features
Simon Friend
Chris TT
Dan Donnelly
Rosie Wilby
Rab Noakes
Left Field acoustic sessions
Carnival Collective

Also appearing at the Left Field
Amicus bus
Bookmarks book shop
Co-operative Group stall
CWU
Ethical Threads merchandise shop
Justice For Colombia
PCS
UNISON
War on Want

Note: the item listed first is the last item of the day, and the item listed last is the first item of the day. Please see the programme when on-site for the running times.


Friday 24th to Sunday 26th June 2005
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£125 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Wed 7th Aug 2013


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