Worthy View, Tipis & Campervan fields on sale on Thursday 27th


October 18, 2016

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27 OCT UPDATE: Following today’s sale, all accommodation and campervan/caravan tickets have now been booked. Any cancelled bookings will be placed back on sale immediately. 

For those who have secured a ticket for Glastonbury 2017, bookings for caravan/campervan tickets, onsite tipis and the Worthy View pre-erected campsite will open at 12 noon on Thursday, 27th October, at glastonbury.seetickets.com. For more information, please see below. You can, of course, also choose to camp within the Festival’s main camping areas, which is included within the price of your ticket.

WORTHY VIEW

Now in its fifth year, Worthy View (pictured, above) offers unpretentious, custom-made and pre-erected Festival accommodation a short walk from the Festival site (up the hill above the Stone Circle field) – leaving you with nothing to carry home but your bags. The Worthy View car park is in a dedicated field, a short walk from the accommodation. A full list of the options available at Worthy View can be found here.

CAMPERVAN/CARAVAN TICKETS

Anyone planning to bring a campervan or campervan in 2017 will need to book their own campervan/caravan tickets (£100 per ticket for a regular pitch; or £200 for oversized vehicles) and will need to present both their named campervan/caravan ticket and Festival tickets to be able to park in these fields. Following its introduction as a supplementary campervan location in 2016, we’re pleased to confirm the Bath & West Showground will again be open to campervans and caravans for the 2017 Festival

Campervan/caravan tickets will feature the name and address of the ticket booker. An FAQ about campervan/caravan tickets can be found here.

TIPIS

The Festival Tipi Village, on the southern slopes of the Festival site between the Green Fields and the Park continues to offer a unique camping experience within the Festival fence line. Each tipi costs £995 to hire, and can sleep up to 6 people. Tipis come complete with groundsheet and rain-catcher; however they are intended to be an elemental experience, without the trappings of ‘luxury’ campsites. You will need to bring your own bedding, and expect to be using basic camping facilities. For further information please click here.

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