It’s been a while since Worthy Farm opened its gates to thousands of music lovers - but it’s almost time to dig out the wellies, glitter and fancy dress.

After the coronavirus pandemic saw organisers pull the plug on Glastonbury Festival two years in a row, Emily Eavis and dad Michael have promised they’re working on delivering something extra special to mark its 50th anniversary next year.

And we’re ready to get the good vibes going with our Glastonbury Festival newsletter Worthy Welly. It's free, and you can join the mailing list by putting your email in the sign-up box below.

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Once a week, we’ll deliver the latest ticket and line-up news straight to your inbox, along with a dose of nostalgia with some Glasto must-reads, music highlights and Worthy Farm chatter for good measure.

Whether you managed to get your hands on a prized ticket in 2019 or are eagerly awaiting next year’s rumoured resale, we'll make sure you’re up to date.

And as the big weekend approaches, we’ll also make sure you’re the first to hear official announcements and are prepared with essential guides on what to take and what to see.

Stormzy made history in 2019 as the first-ever UK rapper to top the Worthy Farm bill

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The Worthy Welly team