Glastonbury pre-erected tents, campervans, tipis and coaches

Glastonbury Festival has confirmed the sale date for caravan/campervan tickets, onsite tipis and the Worthy View pre-erected campsite will be Thursday, 29th October at 12 noon. As well as confirmation National Express has frozen fares at last years prices. 


In 2016, National Express will once again be running coaches direct to the Festival’s on site coach station for ticket holders. Coaches will pick up from over 70 locations around the UK, arriving from early Wednesday morning onwards. 

For a limited time, coach fares have been frozen at 2015 prices. Plus, if you’re travelling in a group of 4 or more you’ll receive a 25% discount.

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Just beyond the festival site (passed Stone Circle) Worthy View offers pre-erected tents for ticket holders. Take the hassle out of carrying a tent around the site, trying to find a camping spot. 

2 person classic scout style tent – £275
4 person classic scout style tent – £540
8 person large classic scout style tent with two large bedrooms – £850
8 person large classic scout style tent, 4 separate double bedrooms and a central utility area – £975
2 Person Basic Podpad – £350
Bunkpad (sleeps up to 4)  – £675
Octopad (sleeps up to 6) – £990
2 person 9ft Yurt – £400

2 person 9ft Yurt – £400
4 person Tipi Tent – £560
4 person 12ft Yurt – £695
4 person Bell Tent – £560

All prices are for five nights: Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June, inclusive.


Priced at £975 to hire for the full festival. 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.

Glastonbury Tipi's


Campervan / caravan tickets are priced at £100 or £200 for ‘oversized’ vehicles. Only campervans or caravans with fitted sleeping, and washing or cooking facilities will be allowed into the campervan field.

Adele seems to have ruled herself out a headline performance for the 2016 festival. This morning Adele was interviewed on Capital London FM’s breakfast show making the following comments:-

I think I have made myself pretty clear on Glastonbury. The crowds are too big, I don’t know if I could do it. I went this year to watch Kanye and I literally just crapped my pants on the size of the audience. It was pretty insane.”