Glastonbury festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. It is Based in Somerset, England which is known for its network of caves and visitor attractions.

Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival that has some of the biggest and most famous line ups.

Glastonbury has come a long way from its small beginnings where the festival was only one day long and £1 per ticket, 1,500 people attended. The first festival at worthy farm ( now know as glastonbury) was called the Pilots Pop, it took place in the late summer of 1970 and was a folk and blues festival.

Nowadays, there is an attendance of around 200,000 people. Although, the highest record of people attending glastonbury is 300,000! Having this many people means lots of extensive security, transport, water and much more.

Some of the biggest artists that have played are Dolly Parton, Adele, Billie eilish, Pulp, Radiohead, The killers and many more. 2023's lineup is looking pretty exciting with these big artists, Lana Del Ray, Artic Monkeys, Aitch, Guns'N'Roses and Elton John doing his last ever Uk performance.

Due to its pretty impressive reputation, it is not cheap to attend. 2023 Glasto prices will cost you around £340, with a £335 face value and a £5 booking fee per ticket. However getting a ticket in the firs at place is often very difficult as they sell fast.

Whether you have visited Glastonbury before or this is the first time, you will be daunted by the size of it as it takes up around 900 acres (510 football pitches!) and can fit both the population of Bath and Weston-Super-Mare.

After reading this, would you go to Glastonbury?