Glastonbury’s global reputation of greatness is not without reason: 5 days in green (…and muddy) surroundings to take in all existing music genres + dance, theatre, comedy acts and more is exactly our cup of tea. Being the largest greenfield festival in the world with around 175,000 attendees there is really something for everyone.
After having had the Glastonbury drought in 2018, we are so ready to see the amazing acts this year has to offer and to feel that unique Glastonbury vibe seeping into our souls. Don’t be surprised if you actively start jumping in the mud for joy.
English weather can be tricky and although glorious days of sun are likely to happen, there is also always a slight chance of rain. If raindrops do start falling on your head, the fields tend to become a wee bit muddy. Don’t forget to dress for the occasion with proper rain gear. Think wellies, military jackets and trousers that don’t drag over the ground. You’ll thank us later.
What to wear