Brief History Of Festival
The first festival was in 1970 the day after Jimi Hendrix died. The festival was influenced by hippie beliefs and the free festival movement. The biggest festival yet was held in 1990. There was violence the day after the 1990 festival ended between the security guards and new age travellers, the fight was named the “Battle of Yeoman's Bridge”, this led to the organisers taking 1991 off to rethink the festival.
The ticket price covers entry to the Festival site from Wednesday 26th June until Monday 1st July 2013.
Requirement Of Festival Entry
To receive tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2013 you must register. Failure to follow the registration instructions correctly will lead to refusal.
Cost Of Festival Ticket
Tickets for Glastonbury 2013 cost £205 (+ £5 booking fee per ticket & £6 P&P per order). Entrance for children aged 12 and under is free. The price of the ticket covers entry to the Festival site from Wednesday 26th June until Monday 1st July 2013.
Glastonbury is a city in the state of Somerset, England which is located in the continent of Europe, In the Northern Hemisphere. The Festival is held in the summer season.
The direction from Brisbane to Glastonbury is NW.
Brisbane: 27.4667° S, 153.0333° E
Glastonbury: 52.0301° N, 0.7598° W
The Currency in UK: British pound (GBP)
Your passport can be obtained if you are an Australian citizen, aged 18 years or over. If you have an adult Australian passport that was valid for at least two years when issued, and was issued after 1 July 2000, and was issued in your current name, date of birth and gender you can renew it. Going to the UK for a short visit (up to 6 months), you generally do not need a visa. $55, it’s normally included in the ticket price.
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