IF you missed out on Glastonbury tickets this year, or if you made it to Worthy Farm and wished the experience would never end, then all is not lost.
The spirit of Glasto lives on at the Hideaway Music Festival at Fawley Hill on August 8, 9 and 10.
Hideaway, which began as a one-day event last summer, will this time feature more than 50 acts over a whole weekend.
Musical genres covered range from from classic rock to melodic folk and country via reggae, ska, indie and African grooves.
And top Glasto bands including Dreadzone and Alabama 3 will be performing on the Hideaway stage. Both featured in the Daily Telegraph’s round-up of the best Glastonbury performances of all time, ahead of artists like Amy Winehouse, Chic and Hawkwind.