Glastonbury 2019: Which stages will have disabled viewing platforms?

 Glastonbury 2019: Which stages will have disabled viewing platforms?

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.

There will also be dedicated viewing areas at the Cinema, Astrolabe Theatre, Cabaret and Cineramageddon.

The viewing platforms are solely for the use of disabled festivalgoers plus one guest and require a viewing platform pass to access.

Which Glastonbury 2019 stages will have disabled viewing platforms?

Pyramid 1.
Pyramid 2 (top of hill).
The Other Stage.
West Holts.
The Park.
The Acoustic Stage.
John Peel.
BBC Introducing.
Gully Blues.
Williams Green.
Pilton Palais Cinema*
The Astrolabe*

*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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