Jane Moore relives festival heyday with epic throwbacks to Led Zeppelin gig days

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Jane Moore
Jane Moore

Loose Women star Jane Moore has shared throwback snaps from her festival days in the late 1970s as she returns to the fields this summer.

The 59-year-old TV personality went to The Big Feastival this August Bank Holiday, joining pals at Alex James’s Cotswolds farm to take in bands including Rag 'N' Bone Man, Sigala and Nile Rodgers.

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Wearing white converses, black skinny jeans and a waistcoat, Moore channeled her inner rocker as she posed among the other revellers.

But the holiday weekend proved to be a trip down memory lane for Moore, who shared alongside the pics some of her first-ever festivals.

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For any music lover, the line-ups prove to be enviable with some of the greatest musicians of all time at the events.

Explaining alongside the pics, she wrote: “The first festival I ever went to was Knebworth 1979 to see Led Zeppelin (see second photo) followed by Reading 1981 (third pic) when it was hard rock and Glastonbury 1982 (very muddy).”

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In the second photo of the collection, a teenage Moore was seen lying across a group of her friends while clutching an event programme bearing Led Zeppelin's name.

The third was simply a poster of the Reading Festival line-up - with The Kinks, Nine Below Zero and Nightwing all appearing on the stage.

The ticket cost just £14.50 - nothing compared to the £170+ investment fans needed to go this year.

Andrea McLean, Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon and Jane Moore (Photographer Ken McKay/ITV)
Andrea McLean, Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon and Jane Moore (Photographer Ken McKay/ITV)

Granted, the festival has expanded to multiple tents, a massive ground and has attracted huge international acts.

The festival, which takes place every August Bank Holiday, had Post Malone, Stormzy, Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud among artists.

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“These days I’m too old for mud, sick, ghastly toilets and two man tents so this weekend I’m staying at a friend’s house in the Cotswolds (with shower and comfy bed) and popping in and out of [The Big Feastival] on [Alex James] Farm,” Jane concludes on her post.

“Last night was the superb Nile Rodgers and Chic and today it’s All Saints and Rag n Bone Man.”

Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV.

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