Glastonbury is an iconic greenfield music and performing arts festival. First established in 1970, it has grown to over 200,000 attendees in 2019. Worthy Farm hosts the 5-day Festival, which is located about 7 miles from Glastonbury Town. Most Festival staff are volunteers, helping to raise millions of pounds for charity organisations.
Do Not Fall Victim To Ticket Scams!
Tickets for the 2023 Festival are currently SOLD OUT. Any cancellations will be made available for resale via the Festival’s authorised ticket agency, i.e. "See Tickets".
Anyone aged 13 or older is required to first register with Glastonbury Festival. Registration does not reserve or guarantee you a ticket, but your registration number enables you to purchase a ticket when they go on sale.
If you have previously registered (since 2010), your registration number should still be valid. You may however need to update your photo in case it no longer looks like you! Please make sure you have an up to date photograph before booking tickets. Look up an existing registration.
To prevent touting, tickets for Glastonbury Festival are non-transferable. Each ticket is individually personalised to the named ticket holder, and only the specified ticket holder will be admitted to the festival.
Deposit & Payment
When tickets are first made available you will be asked to pay a deposit. In March 2023 you will be asked to pay the outstanding balance, as well as add car park tickets and cancellation protection as required.
What Your Ticket Includes
- Entry to the Festival, with over 3,000 performances across more than 100 stages;
- Five nights camping (with no early entry fees);
- Free programme, mini-guide, and festival newspaper;
- Free mobile phone charging;
- Free mobile app;
- Free firewood;
- Kidzfield, where all entertainment, rides & activities are free of charge.
Your festival ticket includes camping for 5-nights. Pitch your tent anywhere in the designated camping areas, from more tranquil zones to fields next to the Pyramid stage. Beware of unofficial off-site camping!
There are a limited number of campervans, tipis & pre-erected tents available for ticket holders to hire. "See Tickets" is the only authorised agency to take bookings.
If you are offered any special on-site camping facilities by any third party, please notify Glastonbury Festival via their contact form.
Campervans & Caravans
Campervan and caravan tickets are only available to general admission ticket holders. Only vehicles with fitted sleeping and washing or cooking facilities will be allowed into the campervan field. Campervan Information Page
If you don’t wish to stay in a tent, you may be interested in booking a room or even a house in the local area. If so, please contact the hospitality team via the Festival contact form, where they will be able to direct you appropriately.
Please do not leave essential valuables in your tent! These can be left at free 24-hour Property Lock-ups which are prominent around the site. Don't carry all your money in one place.
Glastonbury Festival takes place on Worthy Farm, which is approximately 7 miles from Glastonbury, Somerset, UK. The actual festival site is huge, covering about 1,100 acres. If you walked the perimeter fence it would be about an 8 mile walk!
Visit the Glastonbury Festival Website for full travel details.
The Glastonbury Festival is committed to ensuring it is an event everyone can attend. There is an entire team dedicated to Accessibility, understanding and catering to visitor's needs, for example, there is Accessible parking, transport, facilities, camping, viewing platforms, BSL interpreters, and accessibility stewards who are available 24/7.
Once your ticket deposit has been paid you must contact the Access Team to request the Access Application Form. To do this, email:
Find out more about Accessibility on the Glastonbury Festival website (note the navigation links in the sidebar).