The Glastonbury Festival is an annual music and performing arts festival that takes place in Pilton, Somerset, England. It is one of the largest and most famous festivals in the world, known for its diverse range of music acts, as well as its focus on environmental and social causes.
The festival was first held in 1970 and has grown to become one of the biggest and most popular festivals in the world, attracting around 200,000 visitors each year. The festival typically features a wide range of music acts across multiple stages, including headlining acts from a variety of genres such as rock, pop, electronic, hip hop and more.
In addition to music, the festival also includes a variety of other activities and performances such as comedy, theater, dance, and spoken word. The festival is also known for its focus on environmental and social causes, with a variety of volunteer and sustainability initiatives taking place throughout the event.
The Glastonbury Festival is also known for its unique and creative atmosphere, which is created by its attendees who are encouraged to dress up in costumes and participate in various art and performance projects.
It is held annually during late June, the festival is often considered the largest greenfield festival in the world and is a major part of British culture.