WOLF Alice will headline the 2019 Pilton Party show.

The event, Glastonbury Festival’s annual ‘thank you’ fundraising gig for villagers, workers and local people, returns to Worthy Farm on Friday, September 6.

It will be headlined by the 2018 Mercury Award winners Wolf Alice, with special guests to be announced, plus Sam Richardson & The Renegades and Pattern Pusher completing the bill.

Locals will have the chance to buy tickets, priced at £30 (£10 concessions), on Saturday, August 3, when the festival opens the doors of its Glastonbury town office in Northload Street at 10am.

The office will be open until 6pm on Saturday. There is a maximum of 6 tickets per customer.

Gates to the Pilton Party itself open at 5pm on September 6, with live music due to finish around 11pm, with a DJ until midnight.

Car parking is free, follow the signs on the A361. Free shuttle buses will also run back to Shepton and Glastonbury towns after the show.

The shuttle buses run from Red Gate car park (from approximately where the bus station is for the Festival). There will be signs from the concrete road which leads up to the car park from the event.

There are two designated shuttle routes – Red Gate car park to Shepton, and Red Gate car park to Glastonbury. The buses start at 11.30pm, and the last buses will leave at approx 2am, or later if there is enough demand.

Organisers said the shuttle bus only runs at the end of the night and not for bringing people in, and the bus stop will only be staffed from approx 11pm.