From the page: "60: the number of officially listed stages at the Glastonbury Festival. Think beyond the Pyramid and Other stages. There are in excess of 2,200 performances listed on the official line-up including speakers, poetry readings and more.
3,225: the number of loos on-site. They may not be the most fragrant places on earth but it still takes a team of 300 people to keep them usable over the duration of the event.
11,000,000: number of litres of water expected to be used on the site over the main five days of the event. There are over 150 hand basins, and a further 100-plus taps for drinking and washing.
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0: the total number of legal marriages at this year's Glasto. It may be a popular choice for stag and hen events, but there will no proper weddings as the festival is not a licensed venue.
195: how many pounds you would have to part with to afford a standard ticket (plus booking fee). A quarter of a century ago the price was £17 to see headliners such as The Cure, Psychedelic Furs and Level 42, with the capacity a third of its present size.
1: the cost of a ticket (in pounds) to get into the inaugural festival in 1970, with free milk thrown in.
900: the cost of tipi hire, not including the cost of tickets. It does however include use of solar showers and a discount for the sauna.
3,000: (plus VAT) - the cost of a four-person luxury tent hired from The Yurt Company. The price includes Champagne, sheepskin rugs, scatter cushions, real beds, fairy lights and hot water bottles. A four-day stay at the top-end camping spot, Camp Kerala, costs £8,000 plus VAT - but you do get ferried to the site in golf buggies.
8.5: the perimeter of the site in miles. The festival is set across 900 acres in the myth-rich Vale of Avalon. It is more than a mile and a half across, so factoring in the crowds, bottlenecks, all-day hangovers and the possibility of either cloying mud or draining sunshine, it can take a long time to get around.
1,300: the number of recycling volunteers who will work on the site, most of them giving their service in exchange for a ticket.
780,000: the cost in pounds of disposing of all the rubbish left at the festival. If Water Aid - one of the charities which benefits from Glasto - were given that money it would allow 52,000 people in poor countries to access safe water.
350: the number of cows who normally wander the fields of Worthy Farm. They will be tucked out of harm's way for the duration of the event.
100,000: the number of rolls of free Nouvelle Soft recycled loo rolls being given away to festival-goers, enough to wrap around the Pyramid Stage 17,500 times. The event has a capacity of 175,000 festival-goers. "