GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL

Photo Credit: André Pattenden
Photo Credit: André Pattenden

👥  FOUNDERS 
Michael & Jean Eavis

🐣  FIRST YEAR
1970

🎉  INAUGURATION
19 Sep.

🌱  YEARS OLD
52

🗓  YEARS ACTIVE
37

📍  LOCATION
Pilton, Somerset, UK

⏰ DURATION
5 Days

👫  PPL CAPACITY
210,000 (approx.)

INTRODUCTION

Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts (AKA Glasto) is a five-day festival that takes place in Worthy Farm – which is located in Pilton, Somerset, England.

The entire site takes up roughly 1,100 acres and boasts more than 100 stages and endless attractions, plus a perimeter super-fence which runs 8,000 metres long.

In addition to contemporary music, the Festival hosts a varied platter of arts including dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and much much more.

AREAS & STAGES

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ACCOMMODATION & CAMPING

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