Glastonbury organisers have revealed the site map for this summer’s festival.
The map was released on the Glastonbury website this afternoon. A less technical map, without the car parks, is usually released on the Glastonbury app later in the year.
Speaking on Rob da Bank’s A-Z of Festivals podcast, Emily Eavis said the perimeter fence has been expanded this year to include more crew camping areas that were previously outside the gates.
A Twitter user created this comparison showing the changes since the last Glastonbury in 2017.
As spotted by The Glasto Thingy, The West Holts stage has been repositioned and Glasto Latino has been relocated to the area.
Slight changes have also been made to the East Campervan fields and a new lost property point has been added near Silver Hayes.
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Image credit: Jason Bryant / Glastonbury Festival
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