2016 was my first and only year and I remember seeing the lights across the site through the trees after the 13 hour wait in the queue and being in awe. Walked onto the site at about 2am Thursday morning just to get a view of things and we sat down and was chatting to strangers within minutes. We were then joined by a girl on her hands and knees talking to the flowers up by the bridge near West Holts, we got someone to help. We managed to see loads of bands over the next few days including New Order, Squeeze, Madness, Foals and ELO. Checked out the site from up by the sign and saw the rain clouds coming in. It was then a struggle through all the mud. We still loved it though. Highlights were A Guy Called Gerald Voodoo Ray for an hour in the Glade, the Spike when we wanted to chill and stay dry and New Order. Watched Coldplay and decided to go home after a good soaking and covered in mud. Still think there's Glastonbury mud on boots and some of our kit. Can't wait to next year, want to get to places like Silver Hayes and the SE corner which the mud prevented us in getting to. Please more sun though!