Glastonbury generally occurs over the last full weekend of June, from the Wednesday to the Sunday.
The festival takes place on Worthy Farm, 6 miles/9.5 kilometres east of the town of Glastonbury.
Over 100 stages on 800 acres with 4.8 miles of fence and a crowd capacity of over 210,000. (It's big. Very, very big.)
It very much varies depending on time of day, weather, inebriation, etc.
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.
All the information about trading at Glastonbury can be found here.
It varies year-to-year. Generally late March to early April for the first full announcement. Rumours and one-off announcements start much sooner.
A few people you may have heard of. Check the Performers section for more.
You can find a list of suggestions and essentials here.
All main campsites are within the festival boundary, while the campervan and various pre-erected and glamping options are found outside the main fence.
Yes, apart from in the main arenas and the disabled camping area, Spring Ground.
Whatever you get, buy spare pegs and guy ropes.
With over 500 stalls across the festival, there's no limit to the options! Find out more in the Vendors section.
Yes, by the bag at the Co-op.