Glastonbury Festival Goers Break Record For Largest Human Peace Sign
Glastonbury Music Festival goers have apparently broke the record for the largest number of people making a peace sign on Thursday.
The sign, organized on day two of the five day festival, reportedly consisted of at least 15,000 people. The previous record, held by festival goers at the Ithaca Festival in 2009, consisted of 5,815 revelers. The newest record, set at Glastonbury, is unofficial at this time.
This year’s Glastonbury, in which 200,000 people are expected to show up, is the most attended since the festival’s inception in 1970. Its first year, only 1,500 attended.