Glastonbury Festival

Overview

Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world and a template for all the festivals that have come after it. The difference is that Glastonbury has all the best aspects of being at a festival in one astonishing bundle...
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Access Card Notes

The Access Card is accepted as proof of disability and will communicate your needs to the Access Team. Please contact the festival's Access Team, once you have purchased your tickets, to request the Access Application Form.

Contact details

Glastonbury Festival Worthy Farm, Worthy Lane, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, South West, BA4 4BY

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
There will be viewing platforms at all the main stages. Customers requiring access to these platforms will require a Viewing Platform (VP) pass. These can only be requested by completing the Access Application Form. Chairs are not provided on any of the platforms but customers can bring their own. For more information, please visit our website.

The Accessible Campsite is available to customers who require accessible facilities. Anyone wanting to stay in this field must complete the Access Application Form. For more information, please visit our website.

Both electric and manual wheelchairs will be available to hire in advance of the festival. More information on how to book one of these will be available in the Access Application Pack.

There will be a wheelchair accessible shuttle bus service running during the Festival for our disabled customers plus 1 accompanying person/ PA.
This will run from the accessible/ blue badge car park to the accessible campsite, plus it will run from the accessible campsite to the Theatre & Circus area and the Park Ground Area.

See Tickets cannot guarantee all coaches will have wheelchair access and wheelchair storage facilities so if you require this then you must contact coachtravel@seetickets.com no later than 30 days prior to the departure of your coach to ensure the coach you are booked onto has these facilities.

Short Distances

Short distance
The Accessible Carpark is located via the Yellow Gate.
Blue badge holders do not need to buy a Festival parking ticket but must register for accessible parking by completing the Access Application Form.
Customers who do not have a valid Blue Badge can still register to use the accessible car park by completing the Access Application Form, they will however need to also purchase a festival parking ticket. For more information, please visit our website.

During the festival there are Welfare Centres providing experienced, caring and confidential help for all kinds of practical and personal problems. The Festival Branch of Samaritans are also onsite offering 24-hour emotional support from the Green Fields.
The Accessible Campsite is also a calm space for customers with access requirements to stay in where they can have a break from the crowds and noise. For more information, please visit our website.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There will be wheelchair accessible toilets located throughout the festival site. These will be locked to avoid their misuse. Customers needing access to these must complete the Access Application Form.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Access Cards with '+1' symbol accepted as proof for a free essential companion ticket.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
There will be a team of BSL Interpreters at the festival offering a free service to our D/deaf customers. Bookings can be made both in advance of the festival and during the event for this service. There will also be interpreters based at some of the spoken word stages throughout the event. For more information, please visit our website.

There will be induction loops installed at the Cabaret Tent, Cinema Tent, Astrolabe Tent and Leftfield Tent. There will also be a mobile loop system located in the Accessible Campsite HQ.