GLASTONBURY Festival has released 20 pairs of tickets to raise funds for victims of conflicts.

Proceeds will help the British Red Cross, Oxfam, and War Child deliver humanitarian support to those in need in sites of conflict.

The festival, set to take place from June 26 to 30, is already sold out.

UK residents have until midday on March 28 to join the prize draw, accessible via the Crowdfunder platform, with multiple entries permitted.

Each lucky winner will receive two tickets, granting them and their guest access to the iconic music festival.

Individuals can enter the prize draw multiple times, increasing their chance of winning if they do so.

The festival's gesture presents a golden opportunity for music enthusiasts to revel in the celebrated Glastonbury experience whilst buoying emergency support for people harrowed by conflict.

The British Red Cross was formed in 1870, and has more than 17,200 volunteers and 3,400 staff.

They operate at home and abroad to support people involved in conflict or those suffering from modern slavery and trafficking.

Oxfam was founded in 1995 and is confederation of 21 independent non-governmental organizations, focusing on the alleviation of global poverty.

War Child "protects, educates, and stands up for the rights of children in war".

It was founded in 1993 by film-makers Bill Leeson, David Wilson, and peace activist Willemijn Verloop.

It's been clarified that any optional tip paid at the checkout is a contribution to the Crowdfunder platform and not a donation to Oxfam, War Child, the British Red Cross, or Glastonbury Festival.

Participants are urged to review terms and conditions for a comprehensive understanding of the draw.