that follow the same, brilliant, freedom principle of Glastonbury?
Ie. Find your place to camp, bring absolutely almost anything you like (even acid, I'm told) and take it wherever you want.
I know that Leeds wasn't. You had to pay £3.80 a pint or something and queue for hours, which wasn't happening. I'm told Coachella was even worse. It was like being in Guantanmo Bay, I hear. They had security stood around shouting orders at everyone. You weren't allowed any of your own beer in to the festival, and ONLY WATER was allowed through the the arena bit.
Some people argue this is more organised, but I think that's bullshit. You go to festivals to escape the world and be free to do what you like - not to be told when and where you can do certain things.
Is Glastonbury the only one?