Glastonbury Festival Report

2589 Words Oct 1st, 2010 11 Pages
INTRODUCTION TO EVENTS
EV 201
Glastonbury Festival
CW 1 REPORT

Lecturer : Jessica Mackie
Email : jmackie@shms.com

Written by :
Jason Philip Laksana LAJA160789 (2D) – Introduction of Glastonbury
Thi Thuy Hang Nguyen NGTH191289 (2C) – Social and Cultural impacts, Environmental and Developmental impacts
Atika Karuna Gunawan GUAT080290 (2D) – Economy and Tourism impacts, Political impacts

Contents

Objectives ………………………………………………………………………… 02 Introduction of Glastonbury Festival …………………………………. 03 Social – Cultural impacts …………………………………………………… 05 Development and Environmental impacts …………………………. 07 Economic and Tourism impacts ………………………………………… 08 Political impacts ……………………………………………………………….. 11 Conclusions ……………………………………………………………………… 13
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Social & Cultural impacts

In this chapter we will discuss and analize about the Social & cultural impacts of Glastonbury festival. As we know, The Glastonbury festival is a largest open-air music and performing arts in the world so it has considerable influence to people about social and cultural. ♣ Positive Impact: First of all it has cultural influence to people because this festival gathers many performances, styles which attract many people come there so the audiences can see and know more about different styles or something they’ve never known before. The Glastonbury is celebrated yearly in different countries with participation of many types of singers, bands; they bring to the festival colorful performance. People coming have a chance to see the new or things they like and can share experiences to other people they got after that. Furthermore with creative operation the Glastonbury attracted attention of people, more and more people and countries realized that this festival was helping them develop their own culture and artistic worth. For example, the

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