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Glastonbury Festival 2023 is almost here! Whether you’re getting yourself hyped up to go or you missed out on tickets this time around, here are some of the changes you can expect when the gates open for this year’s event.

The latest maps of the site have now been released and it shows a few changes including a new installation where the William’s Green Stage was previously and camping in place of cineramageddon.

Here’s the big changes you can expect according to the latest site maps.

Carhenge will replace the William’s Green Stage and is described as featuring 24 mutated vintage cars stacked into a Stone Henge like structure. You’ll be able to enjoy light shows and music here.

Cinermageddon is no longer included on the map, with the space now marked for camping.

Arcadia Field
This section of the site has been made bigger, likely because of issues with overcrowding at this stage in the past.

The new map shows that the staff camping has been combined into one large area, and with more of a divide between staff and public camping.

Some of the main walkways have also been amended, allowing for easier movement around the site.

John Peel stage renamed
The John Peel Stage has now been called Woodsies, which is part of a push to name stages so they align with the area of the farm they are located.

Preparations are well underway for Glastonbury 2023, which runs between 21st and 25th June.