WORTHY Farm - home of the Glastonbury Festival - has been recreated using more than 9,500 LEGO BRICKS.

The model making team at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort have unveiled a recreation of the festival, which gets underway tomorrow, at its world famous Miniland attraction - complete with LEGO figures of this year’s 2019 headline acts; Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure.

The team has created 10cm-high LEGO creations of superstar headliners, Stormzy, Brandon Flowers from The Killers and Robert Smith from The Cure all performing on the famous Pyramid Stage.

Guests can even take a peek backstage to spot LEGO Kylie, Liam Gallagher and Miley Cyrus hanging out in the VIP area.

All the festival essentials you would expect at Worthy Farm are also included, including miniature portaloos, tents, mud sliding festival-goers and even a tiny recreation of the famous giant Glastonbury letters.

The scene is made up of around 9,872 LEGO bricks with 5,400 used to create the 50cm high Pyramid Stage.

Paula Laughton, head model maker at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, said: “We’ve had so much fun building the headliners and some of the stars in this year’s Glastonbury line-up.


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"It’s great to get creative with models of music legends – pint-sized pop princess Kylie is made up of just 36 LEGO bricks.

"The festival is synonymous with British summertime and we love it when we can update Miniland with iconic events for our guests to spot when they visit us.”

Guests to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort can see the new Glastonbury Festival Miniland scene on display until the end of the summer.

Pictures by Jonathan Hordle

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