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The Glastonbury effect

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Glastonbury’s programme kicks off today, with headliners including Metallica, Arcade Fire and Kasabian set to make an appearance over the next few days. But how much do artists stand to gain from making the trip to Somerset? Back in 2011 we tried to find out: check out this infographic from Delayed Gratification issue #3.

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