Glastonbury Festival England

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Wed Jun 22, 2022 - Sun Jun 26, 2022
Worthy Farm
Pilton, Somerset
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Years active

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Arts & Acts

100 stage(s)
  • comedy
  • talks
  • theatre
  • workshops
  • yoga
UK Festival Awards
  • Headline Performance of the Year - 2013
  • Best Major Festival - 2004/2009/2011
  • Promoter of the Year - 2010
  • Best Family Festival - 2005
  • Best Festival Moment - 2005
  • Outstanding Contribution Award - 2005
  • Most Innovative Festival - 2004
European Festival Awards
  • Yourope Lifetime Achievement Award - Michael Eavis - 2011
  •  Best European Festival Line-Up - 2014


The Worthy Farm in south west England between the small villages of Pilton and Pylle in Somerset, six miles east of Glastonbury.
Nearest railstation?
Castle Cary
Nearest airport?
Bristol International Airport

Accommodation & Facilities

  • campervan
  • caravan/trailer
  • on site rentals
  • tent
  • atm atm
  • bike park bike park
  • family friendly family friendly
  • first aid first aid
  • food & drinks food & drinks
  • info points info points
  • kids area kids area
  • lockers lockers
  • lost & found lost & found
  • merch stand merch stand
  • security security
  • toilets toilets
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