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Do I need to book a Glastonbury ticket for my child?

Everyone aged 13 or over on Wednesday 26th June 2024 (when the Festival gates open) who plans to come to the Festival, must have booked a ticket to attend.


Children aged 12 and under do not require tickets and do not need to register.


You may collect a child wristband for children attending with you from the KidzField or the various Information Points once you have entered the Festival site.


Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied to the Festival by a responsible adult (aged 18 or over, who would usually be the parent, carer, legal guardian or other adult entrusted with the care of that child) who accepts full responsibility, at all times, for all under 16s attending under their supervision. Anyone under the age of 16 is not permitted to enter, leave or re-enter the Festival site unaccompanied by their responsible adult.


When booking a ticket for a child aged 13, 14 or 15, you must select the ‘TEEN’ ticket option, to confirm that they will be accompanied to the Festival by a responsible ticket holding adult, who assumes responsibility for them. Please confirm that their parent, carer or legal guardian has consented for their data to be processed. TEEN ticket holders will not gain admittance to the Festival unaccompanied.


When booking tickets for children aged 13, 14 or 15, and/or bringing children aged 12 or under with you to the Festival, you will be required to confirm you are aged 18 or over and accept full responsibility for all under 16s in your group.


Those who are aged 16 or 17 are allowed to attend the Festival unaccompanied, but it is strongly advised that this decision is made with the consent of a parent or legal guardian. Anyone attending the Festival on an adult ticket, who appears to be under 16 years of age, is advised to bring ID to verify their age.


Please note that some areas of the site, particularly front-of-stage barriers and late-night areas are unsuitable for children. This may include adult content and crowds. Pushchairs and trolleys which may impact on crowd movement may not be permitted in these areas. Some late night and screening facilities may have age restrictions for entry. Those wishing to attend should bring suitable ID as proof of age, and parents and responsible adults should ensure that all restrictions are adhered to. For films classified as 18, a ‘Challenge 21’ policy will apply.