Glastonbury Festival was created in 1970 with a vision of a world which is freer, kinder and more respectful. Almost half a century later, we remain wholeheartedly committed to providing a welcoming, friendly and safe environment for everyone visiting Worthy Farm, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, race, ethnicity, religion, belief or social status.
Everyone coming to Glastonbury Festival – whether to have fun or to work – should be able to do so in an atmosphere that is free of harassment, intimidation and anti-social or abusive behaviour.
If anyone does behave in a way which goes against these values, Glastonbury Festival’s staff and security reserve the right to take any action which they deem to be necessary or appropriate in the circumstances, including eviction from the Festival and/or reporting the matter to the relevant authorities.
If you are made to feel uncomfortable while at Glastonbury Festival, then we ask that you inform a member of staff or security as soon as possible. All information received will be dealt with sensitively and appropriately.