By Emer Scully For Mailonline
Published: 12:46 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 12:46 BST, 1 May 2021
Glastonbury fans will be relieved to hear the festival is back on - as long as they bring their own guitar and keep the noise down from 11pm.
The home of the festival, Worthy Pastures in Somerset, is opening its fields up to campers this summer.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
It means there will not be any headliner or famous faces appearing on stage, but for those who want to continue the tradition of travelling to the area it has come as a welcome relief from coronavirus restrictions.
The 'tranquil, family-friendly site' will be offering tents from £425 for three nights as well as food traders, a bar and a 'village store' offering local produce and freshly baked bread.
There will be showers and composting toilets but holidaymakers will have to pack enough clothes for their stay because there will not be any laundry facilities.
Glasto Thingy, an online chronicler for the festival, said: 'I think it looks great. There seems to be a fair bit of excitement. I think the spaces will go pretty quickly.'
The home of the festival, Worthy Pastures in Somerset, is opening its fields up to campers this summer. Pictured, the festival in 2015
Advertisements have suggested a stay at the campsite will be a chance to get 'back to basics'.
And for larger bookings, an eight-person scout tent costs £1,125 for six nights over the August bank holiday weekend.