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Win tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2024

Glastonbury Festival are offering 20 pairs of tickets, to raise emergency funds for War Child, the British Red Cross, and Oxfam.

The money raised will fund vital work in areas of conflict, delivering humanitarian support to those who need it most.

We are delighted Glastonbury have chosen to support War Child, alongside British Red Cross and Oxfam, with this campaign. The vital funds raised will help War Child protect children affected by conflict around the world, including those in Gaza, Democratic Republic of Congo and Ukraine. The music industry has been supporting War Child for over 30 years to help children and families overcome the physical and mental trauma of war. We are so grateful to Glastonbury for partnering with us to support War Child to reach vulnerable children and give them hope again. - Rich Clarke - Head of Music, War Child

Enter the prize draw

The prize draw is open to UK residents, until 12 noon (GMT) on Thursday 28 March. You may enter multiple times.

Each winner will receive two tickets, with entry to the Festival for themselves and a guest. For more information see the Terms and Conditions.


War Child protects children affected by conflict, working in 14 different countries including Afghanistan, Gaza, Syria and the DRC.

We work impartially and speak out to ensure child rights and international humanitarian law are upheld. Using our 30 years of experience and proven methodologies we help children recover from the physical and mental traumas of war, giving them hope once again.

War Child deliver access to long-term mental health support, provide protection for unaccompanied and orphaned children and restore a child’s right to an education.

We deliver this work based on need - to children we see in the news and those who don't make the headlines.

Time and time again we witness the astonishing transformation that can take place for a child and their family with the right support.



Win one of 20 pairs of Glastonbury Tickets by entering Glastonbury Festival's Emergency Fundraiser supporting people affected by conflict.
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