Glastonbury Information

General information about Glastonbury Festival. Let me know if there's anything in particular you'd like to see here!

  • Glastonbury generally occurs over the last full weekend of June, from the Wednesday to the Sunday.

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  • The festival takes place on Worthy Farm, 6 miles/9.5 kilometres east of the town of Glastonbury.

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  • The festival includes over 100 stages on 800 acres with 4.8 miles of fence and a crowd capacity of 210,000+. (It's big. Very, very big.)

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  • Each year there are over 125 stages. Good luck visiting them all!

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  • It very much varies depending on time of day, weather, inebriation, etc.

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  • First you have to register, then pray to the ticket gods in early October when they go on sale. There's also a resale the following April.

    Tickets
  • Sunday-only tickets are made available to Pilton residents.

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  • These are sold separately to the general and coach tickets for a select number of areas around the festival.

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  • Your best bet is probably stewarding or traffic management.

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  • All the information about trading at Glastonbury can be found here.

    Work
  • You can get there by car, coach, train, caravan, bike, or any combination of.

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  • The cost of parking is £60 for regular parking and £55 for Worthy View and Sticklinch.

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  • The release of the lineup varies year-to-year. Generally late March to early April for the first full announcement. Rumours and area/stage-specific announcements start much sooner.

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  • A few people you may have heard of have played there. Check the Performers section for more details.

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  • In recent years we've enjoyed great weather throughout the festival. Previous years weren't so lucky. See the Weather page for more comprehensive info.

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  • You can find a list of suggestions and essentials here. Just don't forget your ticket, duct tape, and spare pegs and guy ropes.

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  • All main campsites are within the festival boundary, while the campervan and various pre-erected and glamping options are found outside the main fence.

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  • You can have fires anywhere apart from in the main arenas and the accessible camping area, Spring Ground.

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  • Yes in the Kidzfield and Greenpeace Field, but you might be lining up for a while.

    Camping
  • With over 500 stalls across the festival, there's no limit to the options! Find out more in the Vendors section or check out the 2024 Food List.

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  • You can bring your own alcohol and it can be consumed anywhere in the festival. The limit is "as much as you can carry".

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  • Ice

    You can buy ice by the bag at the Co-op.

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  • Children are permitted and if they are aged 12 or under they are admitted free of charge.

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  • Animals are banned as a condition of the festival license. Only except registered guide dogs are allowed.

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  • There are none. You're never too young or old for Glastonbury.

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  • There are various cash points around the site. Be warned though, you'll be charged quite a high fee each time you use them.

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  • There is a lost property tent at the top of Big Ground. You can also contact them by email after the festival: [email protected]

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