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This year's Glastonbury music festival featured headliners such as Miley Cyrus, around 130,000 ridiculously happy fans and some shamans on a mission to keep the planet green.Kurikindi's parents were both shamans, and his appearance at one of the world's biggest music festivals comes with concerns and support for environmental causes surging in Britain.Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace organized Thursday's opening ceremony, making this Glastonbury the most environmentally aware in its 49-year history.Strolling across 350 hectares of fields filled with open-air stages, fans faced signs instructing them not to urinate in the local river.In 2014, the event was fined after 90,000 liters of waste water spilled from a leaking tank, killing 40 fish.
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