Updated: List of Glastonbury 2020 street food stalls and traders

 Updated: List of Glastonbury 2020 street food stalls and traders

Update 18th March: Glastonbury 2020 has been cancelled due to coronavirus. As such, this page will no longer be updated. More info.

Glastonbury boasts over 800 different traders, with over 400 being food-based, keeping every corner of the enormous site fed throughout the five-day festival.

While we don’t have access to Glastonbury’s official list of traders with pitches at this year’s festival, many traders announce they’ll be at Glasto’ on their own social media channels. We’ve listed all of these here with links to their confirmation or further info on their food.

We’re highlighting meat-free options this year, and while the list is a bit thin this early on, it’s great to see some Worthy Farm stalwarts like The Vegan Pyramid have already confirmed their place.

Want your food stall / more info listed here? Spotted one we’ve missed? Get in touch.

Vegan and vegetarian stalls

Only stalls with an entirely meat-free menu are listed in this section.
Many Glastonbury traders who do sell meat also offer brilliant meat-free options.

Other food stalls

Additionally, Green Farm Events have been confirmed as the caterer for the off-site ZooLoos Powder Room.

Want your food stall / more info listed here? Spotted one we’ve missed? Get in touch.

Regulars

We don’t have any official confirmation these are returning but they usually show up year-after-year. Some go beyond trader vans into full cafes and restaurants and are often confirmed when that area’s line-up is revealed in the run up to the festival.

  • Avalon Cafe
    Location: Field of Avalon
  • Fat Belly Cafe
    Location: Croissant Neuf
  • Hare Krishna tent
  • The Greenpeace Cafe (vegan)
    Location: Greenpeace Fields

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