Join the first ever camp-at-home festival whilst raising money for those in need, get your tents out!
Glastonbury fans have found a solution to this year's festival cancellation by organising a socially-distanced, lockdown festival at home. The event is free for all and everyone can attend. Whilst recreating the festival experience at home we can raise money to support charities in the UK who are providing frontline, essential support to people who need it the most during this crisis.
Glasthomebury followers chose to raise money for Mind, NHS Charities Together, the NSPCC (including Childline), Refuge and the Trussell Trust.
As the world-renowned Glastonbury Festival was cancelled this year, from Friday June 26 to Sunday June 28, we can all camp at home instead, watch the Glastonbury 50th Birthday weekend on the BBC and take part in fun activities at home - a unifying, online, at-home, festival community - putting a smile on our faces during these tough times.
The coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown has affected many people, we can raise money for those who are suffering the most due to the pandemic in the UK. The money raised will be split equally between Mind, NHS Charities Together, NSPCC (including Childline), Refuge and the Trussell Trust, to support a variety of projects in the UK so they can continue to provide frontline, essential support to people who need it through this crisis.
The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) are managing the administration of the donated money. To cover their costs, a small fee of 0.8% will be deducted from your donation before they send it on to the five charities, this has been approved by the charities.
Glasthomebury is independent, unofficial and in no way affiliated to Glastonbury Festival.
Walk 5 - Donate 5 - Nominate 5
Did you know that people walk up to five miles a day at festivals in the UK? Thanks to the UK weather, its usually in wellies!
Join our welly waddle: walk five miles in wellies, raise £5 and nominate five friends to take part.
Help us raise money for people who are suffering the most in lockdown.
So far, the Welly Waddle has raised...
1. Join our Facebook event
2. Set up your at home festival experience
3. Tune in to Glastonbury Festival on the BBC from 26-28th June
4. Join in with online activities
5. Raise some money for those in need