In many ways, Glastonbury is like loads of different festivals converging on the same gorgeous countryside for the weekend. Each area of the Festival has its own character, its own loyal fans and its own special attractions: so Silver Hayes (formerly the Dance Village) is as distinct from the Green Fields as the Circus & Theatre fields are from The Park.
While everyone will no doubt have their favourite Festival spot, we heartily recommend the tapas Glastonbury experience – trying a little bit of lots of different things. Because while the Pyramid Stage will always provide the Festival’s most high profile attractions, a lot of the best experiences are to be found out on the outskirts, off the beaten track and where you least expect them. To aid you in your voyage of discovery, check out all the areas’ pages via the links on the right. But, if in doubt, just wander…
Late Night Access
Please bear in mind that between 10.30pm and 3.00am, access to the South East Corner and the effervescent late night spots of Shangri-La, Glasto Latino, The Common, Unfairground and Block9, will be from the South East corner of Bella’s Field.
The 2016 Festival Map is below (click for full-size version).