Glastonbury Festival 2017

Glastonbury Festival 2017

Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset
21st June 2017
Festival Information
Is there any music festival out there more iconic than Glastonbury? Having started all the way back in 1970, the festival has featured a number of incredible acts over the years and it looks like Glastonbury 2017 definitely won't disappoint! With so many stages and so many acts, there are few better festival choices this summer!

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Taking place at the iconic Worthy Farm like every year, Glastonbury 2017 is sure be a fantastic weekend! As with every year, there is much more to the festival than its awesome bands, with it boasting a wide variety of other activities, from theatre to poetry and dance to comedy. Whatever you're into, you're sure to find something that suits you! It's not hard to see why this festival draws over 170,000 people every year from all over the world!


With huge headliners like Foo Fighters, Radiohead and Ed Sheeran, this is one festival not to miss! The festival contains a number of different stages, such as the iconic Pyramid Stage, meaning that you're certain to find something to suits you any time of the day! There really is something for everyone! Like a bit of rock? Then check out Biffy Clyro and Royal Blood! More into hip hop? Then there's Run the Jewels and Stormzy! It's impossible not to get excited about Glastonbury 2017!

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Festival Information

Ticket Prices


To get tickets, we advise you register for them on Glastonbury's official site as soon as registration is announced. Once registered you will have the opportunity to buy tickets once they go sale.

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Entry Ticket Options

  • Standard Ticket - £238 (Plus £5 Booking Fee)
Children under the age of 12 are admitted free entry and do not need a ticket. If you missed out on getting tickets when they went on sale, then keep an eye out for the resale held in spring!

Use of the camping facilities is included in the price of the standard ticket, however you will need additional tickets if you plan to use a caravan or one of the Glastonbury tipis. Prices for 2017 are as follows:

Caravan Ticket Options

  • General Campervan Ticket (One vehicle up to 8m x 7m) - £100
  • Family Campervan Ticket (One vehicle up to 8m x 7m, in the family section) - £100
  • General Bath & West Showground Campervan Ticket (One vehicle up to 8m x 7m at the Bath & West Showground with free 24 hour shuttle bus service to festival site) - £100
  • Large Pitch Bath & West Showground Campervan Ticket (One vehicle up to 16m x 7m at the Bath & West Showground with free 24 hour shuttle bus service to festival site) - £200

Tipi Ticket Options

  • Five Day Tipi Hire Ticket - £995
For further information, please visit the official Glastonbury website.

Campsite Information


At Glastonbury, there are a number of different camping fields to choose from, each with their own atmosphere! From lively and loud camping spots at the centre of the festival, such as Pennard Hill Ground, to quieter ones at the outskirts, like Limekins, there is a lot of choice. So no matter what you're looking for, you're sure to find something that suits your needs.

There are also two family camping sites: Cockmill Meadow and Wicket Ground. These sites are known to fill up quickly, so make sure you get there early! Additionally, there is also a disabled campsite at Spring Ground, as well as number of disabled facilities which you can read up on here.

If the idea of camping out in a tent doesn't quite suit you, there are also a number of other options! You can also take a caravan or campervan on site with the appropriate ticket or hire one of the Glastonbury tipis! Additionally, there are also hotels if sleeping in the wilderness doesn't appeal to you much!

Other Things Worth Knowing:

  • What to pack - To make sure you have everything you might need for a comfy camping experience, we recommend you check out Glastonbury Festival's official packing list here.
  • Unofficial campsites - There are also a number of unofficial Glastonbury campsites, which we recommend you be careful about. Glastonbury Festival states that you should use these campsites at your own risk.
  • Stewards - Each campsite features its own campsite stewards with their own base. It worth familiarising yourself with the locations of the bases in case of emergency.
  • Propety Lock-Ups: There are a number of 24 hour lock-up areas for you to store valuable items you'd rather not leave in your tent.
For more information, check out the official Glastonbury Festival website.

Festival Line Up


Photo: Jason Bryant

There are an incredible amount of acts at this year's Glastonbury Festival, spread out over a number of different stages! Beyond the names of the list below, a number of smaller acts will also be performing and there are also many acts that have not been announced yet!

Wednesday 21st June - Sunday 25th June

Radiohead | Foo Fighters | Ed Sheeran
The xx | The National | Biffy Clyro | Katy Perry | Barry Gibb | Royal Blood
Stormzy | Chic | Major Lazer | Alt-J | Boy Better Know | Lorde 
Solange | Run the Jewels | Laura Marling | Kris Kristofferson | The Jacksons
Emeli Sande | Phoenix | First Aid Kit | Justice | Ander Paak & the Free Nationals
Haim | Toots & the Maytals | Father John Misty | The Flaming Lips| Dizzee Rascal
Warpaint | Badbadnotgood | Metronomy | Anne Mac | Kano | Goldfrapp | Sleaford Mods
Kate Tempest | Wiley | Halsey | The Can Project | Thundercat | Future Islands | Clean Bandit
George Ezra | Glass Animals | Courteeners | Sampha | DJ Shadow | London Grammar
Ride | Songhoy Blues | Little Dragon | Kaiser Chiefs | Wild Beasts| Angel Olsen
The Lemon Twigs | Nines | Moderat | Rag 'N' Bone Man | Craig David | Circa Waves
The Avalances | Ani Difranco | Nadia Rose | Shaggy | Tove Lo | British Sea Power | Mark Lanegan
The Moonlandingz | Girl Ray | Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes | The Cinematic Orchestra
Dynamo | All We Are | Sasha & John Digweed | Joe Goddard | Boys Noize | Kurupt FM | Noisa
Temples | Loyle Carner | Lisa Hannigan | Birdy | Martha Wainwright | Blossoms | Julia Jacklin

Phew, not bad, eh? And there are also many other events happening during the festival, such as comedy, films and poetry! There's no shortage of choice!
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