Get In On The Act
Perform on the mini Pyramid Stage at the Meeting Place at Glastonbury!
If you’re in a band or a singer, musician, poet or performer, we’d love to meet you.
To get your name on the bill, come and see us at the Meeting Place opposite William’s Green at 11am on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday of the festival and bag a slot for later that same day.
What We Do And Why We Do It!
WaterAid can’t wait to get back to Worthy Farm to talk taps and toilets again! And this year, we’ll be asking festival-goers to join The Water Fight – the global campaign to make clean water and decent toilets normal for every child by 2030.
Around the world, 1 in 10 children don’t have clean water and 1 in 3 don’t have a decent toilet. This holds them back from the happy childhood they deserve, the education they need and the chance to turn their dreams into reality. We want to change this – and with your help we can make it happen.
If we told you that an area of rainforest the size of the entire Glastonbury Festival site is destroyed every 15 minutes you’d be horrified, right?
The myth of a limitless forest is slowly giving way to the vision of forests as a home to priceless biodiversity in flora, fauna, and people. With the help of our supporters, Greenpeace are stopping illegal timber from Cameroon from reaching European ports; we’re barring the expansion of soya plantations into the Amazon; we’re fighting fires in Russia; and we’re getting in the path of bulldozers, again and again. This is the vision of hope and direct action that the Greenpeace Field will represent at Glastonbury this year!
More people are fleeing conflict and violence than at any time in recorded history – tearing families apart and forcing many into poverty. That’s why Oxfam are back at Glastonbury, asking you to Stand As One with refugees.
You can make a difference, right here at Glastonbury. Talk to our campaigners about taking part in our postcard protest. Get your ‘picture postcard’ and wristband to show you Stand As One with refugees. You can also find out what having clean water means to refugees, in an immersive experience inside a converted Oxfam water tank!
Stand As One and help keep refugee families safe, together and protected.