Glastonbury hosts one of the world’s most famous music festivals, having been running at Worthy Farm since the early 1970’s. Attracting performers from all over the world, Glastonbury has the biggest names in the industry appearing live over the weekend. With over 7,000 acts and everyone from Adele to ZZ Top playing Glastonbury in 2016, legends such as Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Dolly Parton have all graced the famous Pyramid Stage over the years.
It’s not just about the big names either, with more stages and tents than you can imagine you will also get to see your favorite up and coming acts, the next big thing, discover an unsigned band or someone completely new.
Glastonbury Festival is also a place to be yourself and get away from the speed of modern life, the festival catering for many spiritual retreats and experiences outside of the music.
Nearest airport to Glastonbury Festival is Bristol International Airport, which has a regular bus link to the site, whilst National Express run coaches directly to the festival from London Heathrow. Expect to pay around £230 for a general admission ticket, giving you access to all stages for the whole weekend.
Despite capacity being in excess of 135,000 people tickets sell out within minutes of going on sale, so register online with the official site today in order to try and secure yourself a place at Glastonbury in 2017.
When it comes to the big event, be mindful the majority of stages are out in the open. If you’re a dedicated music lover check the line-up and stage times in advance. Plan ahead as to any acts you don’t want to miss, as some stages may take a while to get to, or just go with the flow and immerse yourself in the whole festival experience.
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Whilst the town of Glastonbury has been made famous by the festival, it is a beautiful retreat in its own right. Take a walk up Glastonbury Tor, a hill at which St Michael’s Tower sits for stunning views overlooking the wonderful landscape. Those of a spiritual nature should visit the White Spring Well and Goddess Temple, where you are welcomed in for reflection and meditation.
For more information about Glastonbury Festival: Tickets, line-up, history, news and information about Glastonbury Festival, it’s areas, stages, galleries, shop and the worthy causes the festival supports check the official website here
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