Blind/visually impaired customers


The festival recognises accredited guide dogs & assistance dogs which have been trained by a member of the International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF) or Assistance Dogs International (ADI) 

We request that festival goers wanting to bring their accredited guide dogs and assistance dogs provide a copy of their Assistance Dogs (UK) branded ID book which confirms their dogs training and training organisation. We ask that this information is included with festival goers completed Access Application.

Glastonbury is a very large site where dogs would experience dense crowds, high levels of noise, lasers, strobes and pyrotechnics. We ask that festival goers fully consider these points and think about the welfare of their dog and whether they can handle this environment for up to 5 days.

If you are authorised to bring a guide/ assistance dog to Glastonbury Festival, you would be required to camp in the accessible campsite or accessible campervan field. You would receive information on dog spending areas and waste disposal. You would be responsible for managing the hygiene of your dog whilst onsite, which includes clearing up their waste.


Following on from the success of our audio described tour at Glastonbury-On-Sea, the festival is committed to bringing more areas of the festival to life for our blind & visually impaired festival goers.

Our live tours will include the visual features of the sets, artworks, objects, and costumes, all interwoven with fascinating insights into how, when, and why they were created.

More information on the tours will be available closer to the festival.

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