Earning curve: Festivals

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Michael Eavis, personal earnings from Glastonbury per year: £65k

Jedward, estimated earnings per festival this year: £60k

Ticket tout, average yearly income: £28k

Portaloo hire co-ordinator: £16.5k

Fee for Hell's Angels security at Altamont in 1969 (in beer): $500 (£340)

Cost of an advance three-day ticket to Woodstock in 1969: $18 (£12)

Hourly wage of a member of bar staff at the Big Chill festival: £6.50

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