Blind/visually impaired customers

Guide / Assistance Dogs

The festival recognises that some festival goers rely on the assistance and support of a guide or assistance dog.

Glastonbury is a very large site where dogs would experience dense crowds, high levels of noise, lasers, strobes and pyrotechnics. It is therefore vital that any guide dog or assistance dog that is brought to the festival has received a high level of training.

Festival goers wanting to bring their trained guide dogs and assistance dogs must be able to show they have the ‘Assistance Dog’ symbol on their Nimbus Access Card/ Pass.

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.

Visual Guides & Audio Described Tours

We are hoping to bring more areas of the festival to life for our blind and visually impaired customers by offering visual guides and audio described tours.

Please confirm in your application if you would like further information about this provision.

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