Here is some information from QuickTime News about this weekend's Glastonbury Fest:
An extravaganza of unrivaled proportions, the GlastonburyFestival--in a venue that covers over 700 acres of prime U.K. realestate--delights all comers with music, magic, circus performances,cinema, theater, crafts, and cabaret. The legendary King Arthur mayhave come to rest in the beautiful Vale of Avalon, but festivalgoers come to party.
In particular, they come to hear bands. Hundreds of them. Newartists. Marquee artists. They all come to Glastonbury to jam.
This year, for the first time ever, you can partake in the magicof Glastonbury by tuning in to the concert via QuickTime.
Playlouder.com--the official Internet sponsor of Glastonbury Festival 2000--plans to share the tunes with you, webcasting live entertainment for up to 10 hours a day from June 23 to June 25.
Yes, you'll delight in music from up to 10 bands a day: 4 acts perday from the main stages, where headline performers will rock, and 6acts per day from alternate stages.
In between, playlouder.com will bring you not only live interviewsand real-time reviews but also rerun some earlier performances.
Want up-to-the-minute information on performers or profiles of allof the artists sounding off at Glastonbury? Visit:
To get the big picture on "the world's greatest festival," be sureto visit the official website of the Glastonbury Festival:
By the time you read this, both sites should already have footagefrom last year's event for you to watch--just to whet your appetitefor more--and live and on-demand video will be available starting onJune 23.
Go to playlouder.com