Igor Rasputin and his hand-pulled Caravan of Lost Souls were not in the mood for any go-slow at the legendary Glastonbury Festival with a blistering turbo sideshow of curious, kooky, craziness to keep revellers in the field revved up throughout the marathon event.

Day and night the creepy crew of misfits and freaks marched across the muddy fields of Worthy Farm to set up at random sites and burst into frenetic blasts of the kind of entertainment that both delighted and scared those daring to watch.

Fakirs, fire breathers, freaks, contortionists, chimps and dancers took turns in demonstrating a wide range of performance skills to thousands of wide-eyed punters not knowing whether to laugh or scream.

With the world famous festival having its fallow year-off in 2018, Rasputin and his cohorts wanted to leave a lasting impression on all who attended the event which lasted several days during the summer.

The 2017 festival starred the likes of Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Ed Sheeran, Jeremy Corbyn, Katy Perry, Chic, Biffy Clyro, Liam Gallagher, The XX, The Bootleg Beatles, Major Lazer, Kaiser Chiefs, British Sea Power, the Dropkick Murphys, The Jacksons, Dizzee Rascal and the Pretenders.

With the festival not set to return until June 2019 to give the site time to recover from the recent run of events, Area 51 were determined to make sure the 2017 edition would be remembered for what happened in the fields as well as what was taking place on stage.

Britain's Got Talent star Merlin Cadogan made a guest appearance with the caravan along with Mikkel Buda Svak and a host of other personalities and characters.

The reaction? Phenomenal!!

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