The Glastonbury Festival is home to some of the biggest names in showbiz and some of the most expensive drinks.
The musical event is considered the largest music and performing arts festival in the world and welcomes more than 200,000 visitors a year.
Worthy Farm has once again been picked up by music lovers, who have been patiently waiting to dance under the stars after a three-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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While some festival-goers will be smart enough to bring their own booze to the main venue, others will be forced to join the long queues for their drink.
Mini-pubs and bars are scattered throughout the arena offering a range of spirits, beer and lager.
As for soft drinks, a can of Red Bull costs £5, with orange juice and other mixers costing £2.
A pint of Carlsberg Export Lager on tap costs £6 while a glass of Frozen Margarita can quench your thirst for £8.
However, it seems that non-alcoholic beverages are the ones most likely to tip you over.
A non-alcoholic double gin Seedlip Spice and Schweppes Tonic will set you back £9.
Served in a miniature paper cup, which could almost look like a shot, the drink probably won’t last long while singing your favorite acts in the sun.
However, if campers want to splash the cash, they can shell out £30 for a pitcher of Pimms or £9 for a drink.
Far from the hustle and bustle of the crowds and tucked away in the chic hospitality district is Glastonbury’s first ever restaurant and bar.
Pony Bistro is owned by Michelin-starred chef Josh Eggleton and celebrities are encouraged to book in advance before visiting the lavish restaurant, but walk-ins are also accepted.
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The likes of Stella McCartney, Princess Beatrice and Gemma Collins were all spotted relaxing in the star-studded VIP area over the weekend where champagne costs £125 a bottle.
Bottles of wine are £60 and a bottle of Prosecco is £50.