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f festivals are your scene, but shoulder-high mud puddles and mile-long gate queues most certainly are not, there are plenty of ways to bring the Glasto feel home.

For a stellar accessories lineup, where’s better to start than a mug released to mark 50 years of Glastonbury. Certainly worth the cost to marvel at the festival’s original £1 ticket price alone. Buy the 1970 Pilton Pop Red Mug, £10, at shop.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

This compact-chic fire bowl folds away when not in use, perfect for small gardens without the acreage of Worthy Farm. Find the Snow Peak Pack and Carry Fireplace, £179, at Goodhood.

The Solar Power ashtray

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Nurture your inner Nineties raver with a psychedelic-style patterned rug. And where better to show it off than underfoot at your own home festival — just make sure it’s one without a puddle in sight. The 4am rug in pink by Henry Holland, £600, is available at Floor Story.

Lorde fans should keep an eye on the singer’s official site for news of a merch restock. This Solar Power collection ashtray is perfect for hazy summer garden gatherings. Stoned at the Nail Salon ashtray, £30, at uk.lorde.store.

4am rug

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Or celebrate Glastonbury headliner Sir Paul McCartney’s return to the stage with an LP of his first solo album after the 1971 formation of Wings. McCartney II, £22.99, is available at roughtrade.com.

An iconic home festival needs a mighty sound. Marshall’s have a portable speaker, so you can take your party on the road this summer. Tufton portable speaker, £379.99, at Marshall

Tundra 45 cool box

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Some cool boxes are just cooler than others. Yeti has combined form and function for the best-looking drinks storage around. Tundra 45 cool box, £300, at Yeti.

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