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Ticket enquiries / Accessibility

If you have any queries regarding ticket purchase or accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us. 


General and media enquiries

Join the team – volunteer!

If you would like to volunteer to work at Glas-Denbury, in return for a pass to the festival, please click HERE for more info and the application form.  If you have already volunteered in past years please just email us to let us know you would like to return!  We work closely with schools/universities and colleges to provide opportunity to students who wish to gain experience in event management/production so get in touch if you think we can help you!

Artist Applications

Applications to play at GlasDenbury 2019 are now being taken. Please drop us an email application with as much info about you as possible including links to EPK/live performance etc.  Please note we will not be programming immediately and cannot answer every application, but should you be successful we will be in touch as soon as possible.    We do also accept artist info to our production company Quiet Dream Productions for other productions and events. Please ensure you send us in as much information about yourself/your band as possible including links to EPK/live performance etc.

Food at Glas-Denbury

Applications for caterers at GlasDenbury 2019 are now being accepted. Please click HERE to download the application form.  Please note that we cannot always respond to all applications – should you be successful you will be contacted by one of our team.   Please do check the food pages of the website to check we have not already confirmed a food product the same as yours, as we do not duplicate food stands on site. We do not accept applications for the sale of alcohol.

Trading at Glas-Denbury

Application for trading pitches at GlasDenbury 2019 are accepted on a first come first served basis. Please click HERE for the application form.  Please note that we cannot always answer every application. One of the team will be in touch as quickly as possible should your application be successful.


Free Charity Pitches at Glas-Denbury

Glas-Denbury is passionate about supporting charities and local organisations.  We offer a limited number of complimentary pitches at the festival from which to raise funds/awareness etc (not including foodstuffs and tradings t&cs apply) Click HERE for an application forms for charity pitches at GlasDenbury 2019

Workshops / Activities at Glas-Denbury

Glas-Denbury prides itself on the quality and amount of activities and workshops it provides for it’s guests. If you would like to be part of the event and can offer amazing things to teach, inspire, entertain then please do apply by emailing us your proposal.



Group Discounts – We can offer 10% off when purchasing a group of 10+ adults/teen tickets (child tickets not included) – please email us on to organise.

Instalment Payments – We can organise payment in instalments – please contact us on to organise.

Tickets – Please note all ticket purchases are non refundable. Your tickets will be sent out within a few weeks of the festival.  On arrival your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband that allows re-entry. (Challenge 25 applies – make sure you have ID)


Can I bring food and drink into the arena? Sorry but no food or drink is allowed into the Festival Arena with the exception of baby food. We promise you that inside you will find a wide variety of good quality food and drink at reasonable prices


Can I bring food and drink into the campsite? Yes a small amount of food and drink can be brought into the campsite on first entry – NO BBQS or open fires.  You are able to bring the following alcohol into the campsite;

EITHER 8 cans or beer, lager or cider per person OR 4 cans and equivalent of 1 bottle of wine per person (please bring bagged or packet wine as NO glass allowed on site) We do not allow spirits or hard liquor into the campsite.

Glas-Denbury is an independant festival run by a dedicated team of volunteers who are endeavouring to keep it going for you for years to come. It relies on bar sales, catering pitches and trading pitches to do this and so to continue the magic we please encourage you to help the longevity of the festival by supporting the bars and food traders on site.  We have your wellbeing at the forefront of everything, which is why we restrict the amount of alcohol you can bring into the campsite. We assure you that our bar prices are well below other event prices and in line with, if not below, pub prices.  We do know however that you may need a little Dutch courage to kick start your weekend hence we allow a small amount of alcohol into the campsite!


Can we camp next to our friends camper van? Camper vans and tents are within the same fields but in segregated areas for safety reasons. You are allowed a small pup tent to be used in front of your camper van and a manufacturers awning only. No gazebos.


Water – Please bring a refillable water bottle to the festival.  2019 sees a ban on single use plastic water bottles across the site.  There will be plenty of water points and food traders will refill water bottles on request. (Please note all water bottles coming into the festival arena must be empty) Long waking hours, dancing and summer sun will make you thirsty so please don’t forget to drink lots of water.


No Glass – No glass is permitted on site for obvious safety reasons.


Smoking – (including e-cigarettes) is not permitted in any of the marquees on the festival site.


Dogs – Although we love our dogs, dogs are not permitted on the festival site (with the exception of asistance dogs by prior arrangement) Please do not leave your dog in your car.


First Aid – We have a dedicated Emergency First Aid area on site, manned 24 hours a day throughout the festival by Devon Emergency Medical Services. It is located by the main gate.


Lost Property and People – The lost property and lost people point is located at the information tent, in between the main bar and the Emporium stage.


Cards and Cash – The bars take card payments and we can also offer a cash withdrawal option.  Some, but not all, traders will accept cards.


Phone Charging – we offer phone charging for a small fee at the Information Tent.


Restricted ItemsThe following are not allowed into the campsite or festival arena;


Drones / Stereo systems or amplified music / Illegal substances / Portable laser equipment and pens / Unauthorised professional film or video equipment / Audio recorders / Air Horns / Fireworks, flares or Chinese Lanterns / Any item which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon / Open Fires / Disposable BBQs & Firepits/ Nitrous Oxide / Petrol Burners / Aerosols (deodrants and portable stove gas canisters are of course allowed into the camping fields)


Self Care


Alcohol – Please know your limits with regards to alcohol and those of your friends and take care as alcohol can be lethal.


Hand Washing – Remember to wash your hands as infection can spread quickly on a festival site, especially before eating.


Sun Protection – Please bring and use sun cream as even with clouds the sun’s harmful rays can get to your skin and wear hats – the whackier the better as we are at a festival after all!

“The list of bands, acts and artists at this years festival was varied, there really was something for every taste and age group, making Glas-Denbury THE go to festival for families of all ages, indeed, we saw children enjoying the entertainment and elderly folk, sat outside the bar, sipping a pint whilst watching the world go by.”

Review By Music Muso

“Glas-Denbury is a friendly and fun festival for all ages, loads to do for all the family, the kids entertainment was excellent and there really was something for everyone.”