Music lovers are sure to find the Glastonbury Festival something to look forward to. The UK has long been known to be home to some of the world’s best musical acts. Whether they are groups (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Oasis) or individuals (Sir Elton John, Amy Winehouse), the British is no doubt quite excellent in the musical arena.
This June, music enthusiasts should head on over to the Worthy Farm at Somerset outside of Glastonbury. Every year for the last 30 years, the Glastonbury Festival has been held in this area, making it into a modern day Woodstock of sorts.
Ferne Arfin describes the Glastobury Festival:
This 30-year old festival is a bit like an English Woodstock with cherries on top. There’s a famous Pyramid Stage, smaller venues, camping, food, a kids Glastonbury and every kind of music imaginable. There are at least seven main stages, circus tent and theatre and loads of Greenfield activities. The weather usually turns it into a huge mud bath. And if you don’t have the stamina for three solid days of partying, don’t come.
Indeed, this event is not for the faint of heart or timid of spirit. If you are looking to attending the festival, you ought to be prepared to be expending a whole lot of energy for the whole duration of your stay.
This year’s festival is set for June 27 till June 29. Registration is required so I suggest you visit the official web site for the last chance to grab tickets.