There are NO events for the next few weeks but may be worth checking what’s hopefully happening later in the year.
The calendar below lists most events in town but …..
Art Exhibitions are listed on their own page. If you have young ones check out our Family Fun page. For more information about venues that run workshops, etc, and upcoming events see the Courses, Classes, Workshops & Circles page. You can also check out Events on Facebook. If you are not familiar with Glastonbury our Venues page lists places where events take place and venues for hire should you wish to put on an event.
Events are still listed from April 17th onwards. It is extremely unlikely that any events will take place until May at the earliest.
With a seamless mix of reggae folk and Balkan ska their lively, unique sound is definitely smile inducing.
We blend folk, early music, jazz, tango and free improvisation. We believe in songs and beauty being vital forces of nature. Tickets £12 and on sale from the King Arthur, limited seats!
Excellent trad folk singer and guitarist Nick Hart headlines an evening of traditional music for St George’s Day, with floor spots from 8.30
all in aid of rocking out against cancer
frequently compared to the Levellers and other contemporary folk-rock groups such as The Men They Couldn’t Hang
The gardens open at 6 am and we hold a morning meditation around the Beltane fire at 7 am. Maypole dancing is at 8:30 am, accompanied by live music provided by Nathan Lewis-Williams and friends. At midday we gather at the well head for meditation until 12.30. At 12:30 we invite you to join us around the fire on the Lower Lawn for informal ’conversation’.
5000 Pipers will play two tunes at the same time..at different places, and in different countries…. I would like to invite you to come along..and make it a great event. This is not a celebration of war or the military..it is hope for an end of war, and to remember all those who still suffer in this day….
Top selection of DJ’s, expect great sound, lighting and vibes as always giving you the perfect excuse to party on the V.E Day Bank Holiday.
A night of high energy Folk, Blues and Roots music, guaranteed to get your feet stomping, your head nodding and body grooving!
A night filled with beautiful live music from Lewis Poole, What Have You Done? We’re Sinking and All Smiles in Wonderland.
Songs you forgot you loved, plus some you never remembered. Some classics too from these rockin’ AngloAmericans.
A whirlwind duo of female energy and ecstasy, recognised as the Queens of Blues Rock
Mischa & his Merry Men are a dynamic and inspiring collective of musicians who infuse an array of genres culminating in a melting pot of sax, strings, drums & keys.
Prepare To Bring Your Daughters To The Slaughter.
Genre transcending ..A mix of traditional Malian Blues ,Soukouss , Highlife and Reggae but also modern sounds.. in a nutshell inspired by the sounds you would hear on a crackly transistor radio walking the streets of Dakar , Lagos or Banjul.
Mestizo rock Glastonbury with an intoxicating blend of soulful rhythm and blues
This year’s headliner is none other than Mad Dog Mcrea, a favourite band in the south west and around the country for thousands of people and a band with clear festival pedigree.
We gather at the Well Head at 12 pm for meditation until 12:30. At 12:30 we invite you to join us around the fire on the Lower Lawn for informal ’conversation’. We hope this will be an opportunity for people to share ideas, thoughts and beliefs, and a chance to increase connection through understanding.