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Digital Subscriptions > Woman > 20th June 2016 > Don’t tell me I can’t… go to Glastonbury IN MY 40s

Don’t tell me I can’t… go to Glastonbury IN MY 40s

Anna Combellack reckons festivals aren’t just for teenagers – and she’s the proof

Dancing in a muddy field along with thousands of other people, the atmosphere is electric. I’m at my first Glastonbury festival with a group of my closest friends. But while you might thinkI’m a teenager excited to get away from my parents for the weekend, I’m not. I’m a 45-year-old mother-of-two and having the best time of my life.

I’ve always loved music. Growing up, I’d listen to Genesis, Phil Collins, Madness and The Police. But living in Cornwall there weren’t many gigs to go to, so I’d play their records with my friends in my room.

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