Glastonbury by the numbers
Here is a rundown of some of the facts and figures of Glastonbury Festival.
* The site covers more than 900 acres.
* Proceeds of the festival, estimated at £2m (€2.3m), will go to charity.
* There are 198 pubs and bars at the festival, some of which are in "secret" locations.
* More than a dozen new stages, including the Rum Shack and the Gully have been introduced for 2013.
* Glastonbury Festival has some 350 food traders, providing world cuisines.
* There are more than 1,500 long-drop loos on the site, which consist of cubicles built above a massive pit, along with more than 3,000 portable toilets and 300 compost toilets.
* The festival requires more than 11 million litres of water over the five days it is open to the public.
* Two on-site underground reservoirs maintain the supply.
* Worthy Farm, the site on which the festival is held, is home to 350 cows.
* The cattle shed is covered in 1,500 square metres of solar panels, which can generate around 200kw of power. Any power not used on the farm is exported to the National Grid.
* There are 15,000 bins around the site separating recyclable materials - each has been hand-painted.
* The festival recycled 863.32 tonnes of waste when it was last held in 2011.
* It costs the festival £780,000 to dispose of all the rubbish left behind.