Glastonbury Festival has officially announced plans to open up a new campsite to the public this summer.
The organizers behind the campsite, Worthy Pastures, have revealed details regarding the “family-friendly campsite” on Twitter earlier this week. On its official website, it states that since “no Festival taking place on Worthy Farm for a second consecutive year in 2021, Michael and Emily Eavis are pleased to invite campers, for one year only, to experience the farm in a way you’ve never been able to before. Over the school holidays, Worthy Farm will become Worthy Pastures – a tranquil, family-friendly campsite which will welcome guests to get back to basics in nature, with a range of pre-erected, unfurnished bell tents and scout tents available to hire for 3-, 4- and 5-night stays.”
Organizers have warned that Worthy Pastures, though on festival grounds, “is not a party venue: there will not be any live music, sound systems will not be allowed and a noise curfew will be in place after 11pm.”
Since there is no in-person attendance for the festival, Glastonbury has launched a special live-stream event, titled Live At Worthy Farm, where artists including Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Wolf Alice and Haim are set to perform on May 22 and 23.
Tickets for Worth Pastures sill begin May 1st and tickets can be found online at Glastonbury Tickets.
⛺️ This summer, for one year only, Worthy Farm becomes @WorthyPastures – a family-friendly campsite.
Booking opens 10am, Saturday 1st May. Full details at https://t.co/IvI9hEOSvl pic.twitter.com/6XLbubJ9cb
— Glastonbury Festival (@glastonbury) April 29, 2021
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