There will be 12 viewing platforms for disabled festivalgoers at Glastonbury this summer, including two at the Pyramid Stage – with one located at the top of the hill.
The viewing platforms are solely for the use of disabled festivalgoers plus one guest and require a viewing platform pass to access.
Pyramid 2 (top of hill).
The Other Stage.
The Acoustic Stage.
Pilton Palais Cinema*
*Viewing area, not platform
Eligibility requirements and application instructions are displayed here on the Glastonbury Festival website.
Glastonbury confirmed the list to TheFestivals after GlastoWatch shared a request for a list of stages with viewing platforms. The unofficial account is known as an authority on Twitter for Glastonbury advice and information.
The full line-up and set times were revealed earlier today, featuring over 2,800 performances over 79 stages.
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