Here are the first weather forecasts for Glastonbury 2023

Glastonbury 2023 is fast approaching, with a mix of sunny and wet weather on the horizon. Check here the first weather forecasts for the festival.

For this year’s edition, the iconic event returns to Worthy Farm with headliners such as Guns N’ Roses, Elton John and the Arctic Monkeys, along with the likes of Lizzo, Lana Del Rey, Måneskin, Fred Again… and Cat present. Stevens, Manic Street Preachers, Wizkid, Lil Nas X, Chvrches and The War On Drugs, among others.

Mystery also surrounds the identity of The Churnups, the mysterious group from the Pyramid stage, who are expected to make a surprise appearance at Foo Fighters. Check out the full poster here.

Festival goers next week can expect fairly mixed weather conditions, with clouds, sun, rain and a storm on the horizon.

See below for the latest forecast from AccuWeather.

Wednesday, June 21: Sunny weather with frequent cloudy periods. Highest temperature 22° and low 13°.

Thursday 22 June: Significant cloud during the day with a strong chance of showers in the afternoon. The temperatures will reach a maximum of 23°, and a minimum of 12°.

Friday, June 23: Cloudy all day with light showers in the afternoon. 23° high, and lows could reach 16°.

Saturday 24 June: Cloudy and warm weather during the day, with a chance of a storm in the area. Maximum temperature 24°, and minimum 16°.

Sunday 25 June: Mostly sunny with some clouds and light rain during the day. A high of 23° is expected, but a low of 13°.

It was revealed last week that Arcadia will be running exclusively on renewable energy at this year’s festival, with the iconic Spider sculpture returning to the area. The Chemical Brothers, Skepta, floating Points, Daphni, Dubkasm, Plastician and many more will be performing at the chandelier over the weekend. See the full list of artists here.

Earlier this month, the BBC announced details of its coverage of the 2023 festival, with full and stage times recently shared, with new names including Queens Of The Stone Age and Rick Astley.

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