Worthy View: Official off-site camping on sale now!


January 11, 2013

Bookings for Worthy View (for ticket holders only) are open NOW via Seetickets. Click to book.

Following the Festival’s successful last-minute provision of an off-site camping facility for the 2011 Festival (when Michael Eavis stepped in to provide accommodation for 3,000 Festival-goers left stranded by the collapse of a third party company) we are pleased to announce that the Festival will, for the first time, be offering a range of pre-erected off-site camping facilities for at least 4,000 people for the 2013 Festival, in addition to our onsite tipi area.

A short walk from the Festival site (up the hill above the stone circle), this new, official campsite Worthy View will be run by the Festival team, and will offer a variety of tent options, including a modern twist on the traditional scout tent, bell tents, tipi tents and two person yurts which are being built especially for the Festival – leaving you with nothing to carry home but your bags.

Says Michael Eavis: “It’s really important to me that we offer people the best value accommodation. We don’t want Festival-goers paying through the nose, so we’ve decided to offer some cracking off-site camping ourselves, very close to the main site. With tents for 5 nights available for only £100 per person, and even the hand-crafted yurts for £150 per person, there is no reason to pay more elsewhere.”

The “Worthy View” campsite looks out over the Festival site and is a great spot for people to wander down into the Festival, and retreat to a quieter campsite, with their tents ready and waiting for them.

As a consequence of repeated problems with off-site camping facilities at Glastonbury not run by the Festival and out of our control, we no longer give out any information about unofficial off-site accommodation providers and would encourage Festival-goers to use only the official accommodation we provide. We are therefore NOT responsible for third party sites, so please be very cautious before parting with money to these unknown, unofficial campsite providers.

For more information about the new campsite, check out the Worthy View Information Page

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