Fancy hosting your own Glastonbury? Here's what you need to know
With Glasto ticket sales in 2014 recorded at £35 million, festival organisation is clearly a lucrative business.
For those attracted by the money-making potential of such an event or equally for those keen to achieve the demigod status of festival organiser Michael Eavis, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine and read just a few of the legal issues to consider before bands are booked and porta-loos are ordered.
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