How to book a stay at Camping Worthy even though Glastonbury Festival 2021 is canceled

There’s one more way to experience Glastonbury at Worthy Farm this summer.

Today (Wednesday June 23) would have been the start of Glastonbury Festival 2021, but it has been canceled for the second year running due to coronavirus.

Although there were no party crowds at the Pyramid Stage, organizers Michael and Emily Eavis invited people to come and enjoy a peaceful camping trip instead.

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The festival’s official account tweeted today: “Gates to Glastonbury 2021 won’t open this morning, but you can still come and stay at Worthy Farm this summer.”

For one year only, the farm will become ‘Worthy Pastures’, a campsite offering pre-erected bell tents and scout tents available to hire for stays of three to five nights.

The experience doesn’t come cheap compared to your average campsite, with prices starting at £195 for a three-night stay for two people – not far off the price of a Glasto ticket.

It will “apparently capture the essence of the Glastonbury Festival” with tents spaced across the farm, a charity field offering family activities and a central village with local food traders, bar and shop.

The Pyramid field will be open for outdoor adventures like picnics and bike rides in the Somerset countryside.

The camping destination was initially announced at the end of May.

However, people hoping to recreate their own mini Glastonbury and party throughout their stay might be disappointed.

Glastonbury Festival 2021 has been officially canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic

A disclaimer on the site reads: “Please note that Worthy Pastures is not a party venue.

“There will be no live music, PA systems will not be allowed and a sound curfew will be in place after 11 p.m.

“Come instead for nature, fresh air, peace and quiet.”

Dogs and other animals are not permitted except for registered guide dogs.

Jan G. Gilbert