Here, Julie Bowen looks at doing Glasto on a budget. Julie says;
Going to the Glastonbury Festival isn't cheap these days. We've looked at how much you'll need to save up so you can focus on having a great time instead of worrying about money.
The Glastonbury Festival has been going for more than 40 years and is easily the biggest and most famous festival in the UK, with more than 100 stages showcasing the best music and performing arts.
Where? Worthy Farm, just outside the Somerset village of Pilton.
When? The weekend after the summer solstice at the end of June. In 2014 it will take place from Wednesday 25 to Sunday 29 June.
Capacity: 175,000 tickets, plus thousands more volunteers and artists
Pro tip: Most festivals keep their arena and campsites separate, meaning you can only buy alcohol from their bars when you're in the arena. At Glastonbury you can carry your own drink and food wherever you like, as long as it's for personal consumption.
If you want to cut costs, bring your own food. However, there are hundreds of delicious food outlets onsite, so try to sample these if you can.