Night at the Abbey 2019 ~ Coach from Old Oaks
Old Oaks to Night at the Abbey ~ Fri 30th Aug ~ Coach transport
NB. Event tickets are available direct from Glastonbury Abbey website and shop
This annual night of live music and entertainment takes place across 5 stages, with poetry on the Bardic stage and bands from all over the UK as well as the finest local talent.
Experience the spectacularly illuminated Glastonbury Abbey ruins in all their atmospheric beauty. Another summer highlight for locals and visitors alike.
Make an evening of it
Gates open at 5pm. Bring your picnic chairs and fleecy blankets. Maybe even a picnic, although there is a bar and food is available. Spend the evening chatting, singing along and enjoying the atmosphere and ambience of the wonderful Abbey grounds. Well behaved dogs are permitted on leads.
Book a seat on the Old Oaks coach (for guests staying at the park) at just £7.95 per person, return. This way, you can leave the car behind, maybe have a glass or two of the local tipple with no worries about parking or traffic jams.
Tickets for the event are available from the Glastonbury Abbey website or the Abbey shop in Glastonbury (£7 or £5 concessions in advance. More on the gate. Abbey members just £3).
Coach departs Old Oaks at 4.30pm. (15 mins earlier than previously advertised).
Returns from coach park (5 mins from Abbey) at approx 10.30pm.
Book a pitch at Old Oaks Touring Park
View Old Oaks website
Outdoor Event at Glastonbury Abbey:
Glastonbury Abbey is an outdoor event space and as such is open to the vagaries of the British weather. The advice when attending an event at Glastonbury Abbey is that you should dress appropriately for the weather conditions and also be prepared for changes as the event progresses. Events held in the evening can become cold and/or damp with dew. Please bring suitable wet weather clothing (not umbrellas). The Abbey becomes very dark after sunset and has many fall and trip points. We do our best with temporary lighting to illuminate areas of safety concern and exits from the abbey. It is advised to bring a personal torch to aid your exit from the abbey after sunset. For your comfort you may bring a camp chair or picnic blanket as seating is generally not provided. You may bring your well behaved dog* as long as it is kept on a lead and doesn’t disrupt the event.