THE line-up for Glastonbury Festival's Pilton Party has been announced.

On Friday, September 1, the fundraising gig for workers and local people will return to Worthy Farm.

Mike Skinner's party starters, The Streets, will headline the festival, playing their first show of the year. Festival-goers can also expect to see singer-songwriter Arlo Parks.

There will be DJ slots from Patmandu and upcoming duo Kayos Bros.

Local acts are currently competing for two slots in the Pilton Stage Party Auditions, the winners of which are yet to be announced.

The gates will open at 5pm. Live music is due to finish around 11pm, with a closing DJ set from Patmandu until midnight.

The Pilton Party shuttle bus excursion ticket is back for this year, with shuttles to the site running from Glastonbury Town Hall and Shepton Mallet Cenotaph between 5pm – 7pm, and return shuttles starting from 11pm.

Whilst there is no accommodation or camping facilities at the venue, there are plenty of places to stay. For more information, please visit the Visit Somerset website.

Tickets will go on sale in person this weekend (Saturday, August 5). These can be purchased from the old Festival Office in Northload Street, Glastonbury, from 10am - 4pm.

Advance tickets will cost £40 for adults and £15 for children (aged 12 or under).

If you want to include use of the shuttle bus, excursion tickets cost £50 for adults and £25 for children.

Photo ID is required.

Please note that these tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. It is also important to remember that lost, stolen or damaged tickets cannot be replaced.

The organisers have created a list of important things to remember. Here's some of the most crucial points:

• Those who are aged 16 or 17 are allowed to attend the Pilton Party unaccompanied, but it is strongly advised that this decision is made with the consent of a parent or legal guardian.

• No re-entry.

• No glass.

• Vehicles left in the car park are left at owners’ risk. The organisers cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage.

• Strictly no dogs or other animals allowed on site (except registered guide dogs).

• Please use the litter bins and recycling points provided.

• Please respect the neighbours and leave quietly to help the event to continue in the future.