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Big Green Coach was established in January 2009 to fill a niche in the market for an ethical, environmentally aware coach company to work closely with music festivals. The fact that coach is the greenest form of getting to a music festival appeared to be an afterthought for other coach companies and we wanted to make the public more aware that they could make a real reduction to the festivals carbon footprint by arriving by coach.


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Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset BA4 4BY
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 25th June 2017

The Line up

Line up to be Announced

About Glastonbury

The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, commonly abbreviated to Glastonbury, is a British performing arts festival, best known for its contemporary music, but also for dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret and other arts. The festival organiser Michael Eavis a farmer in a Somerset valley stated that he decided to host the first festival, then called Pilton Festival, after seeing an open air Led Zeppelin concert at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music 1970.

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Important Contacts        Festival Map      Campsite Facilities      What to Bring          Welfare

Usefull Contacts

  • Post office Main number 08457223344
  • First Great Western Buses 08712002233
  • Sainsbury's Galstonbury town 01458 446252
  • See Tickets Customer service 0845 4124626

Site Map

Campsite Facilities

Different areas have different atmospheres. For example, Pennard Hill Ground, between The Park and The Healing Fields, is a popular, lively spot. It has a culture of its own with people returning year on year. Alternatively, camping zones on the periphery of the Festival, such as Limekilns and Hitchin Hill Ground, tend to be quieter. Some camping fields are very busy and fill up quickly but there is usually more camping space to the west of the site near the Park. Camping areas are marked out on the site map.

Although the capacity of Glastonbury Festival remained the same as previous years' a substantial new area of extra camping space was brought in for 2011's Festival. The extra space is close to the west car parks, just over the concrete road and a very short walk to the main site and entertainment areas.

There was also a new Family Camping area, on the north-west of the site at Wicket Ground.
Tipi Hire       Caravan & Campervans        Bell Tents       Worthy View       Tangerine Fields


Stone Circle
Shangri La
The Common
The Park
Dance Village


The Welfare Centres provide experienced, caring and confidential help for all kinds of practical and personal problems, as well as dealing with lost & found property. There are three main welfare services: Waggonshed Welfare, Green Welfare, and The Samaritans.

Waggonshed Welfare

Waggonshed Welfare: Based, unsurprisingly, in the waggonshed by the farmhouse, this is the main centre for practical welfare support. If your problem is practical rather than medical, try here first. A good place to go if you lose all your kit, for example - not least because they also handle Lost Property during the festival. They also look after found children after 8pm (found kids are looked after in the Kidz Field until that time).

Green Welfare

Situated just beyond the railway line at the entrance to the Green Fields, Green Welfare is a good place to head for if you have any problem and are on that side of the site.

The Samaritans

The Samaritans: The Festival Branch of Samaritans have been going to Glastonbury since 1974 offering 24 hour emotional support. They have a team of volunteers who work shifts throughout the day and night dealing confidentially with upset, depressed or suicidal people. The Samaritans' tent (with prominent green and white "SAMARITANS" banners and huge flags) will be situated in the Main Markets area, near Whitelake Bridge, between the Pyramid and Other Stages.