Whether Glastonbury's young festival-goers are in the mood for dramatic actors or silly clowns, whether they feel like trying out crafts, making music or just having a quiet time, they’ll be catered for at the Kidzfield 2024.

There’s a huge array of entertainment and activities for under-12s including shows, rides, workshops and safe play areas for the little ones.

Performers include clowns, musicians, puppeteers, storytellers and walkabout artistes. A taster of the entertainment on offer has been released by Kidzfield this week.

For those who like things to bounce on, jump off, climb up and spin around on, there’s  Chipperfield’s Helter Skelter, The Wondrous Kidzfield Castle, Gyroscope and Swingboats, a climbing wall and aerial runway.

Other treats out on the field include Wads’ Mini Tate, Experimakers, Meynell’s Ring World, Other World Arts and Parachute Games, The Woodcraft Elders, Circus Fudge, The Aerial Runway and Odin Events Climbing Wall, Cave and Dino Dig.

Young musicians can take part in instrument lessons and group sessions, and experiment with a recording studio.

The Make and Do Tent offers an ever-increasing variety of arts and crafts – there’s bound to be something they’d love to have a go at.

And if the excitement all gets too much, the Quiet Space Book and Toy Library is one of the good places to calm down and have a rest.

For those with very young children and babies at the festival, the National Childbirth Trust provides baby changing, bathing, food and feeding facilities. The Kidzfield Rest & Recuperation Tent is located at the bottom of Family Camping, available from Wednesday and is always open when the Kidzfield is closed. It offers parents a place to warm a bottle, get a nappy change, chill out and care for babies and small children.

The Kidzfield and Glastonbury Festival are committed to the UN Charter for Child Rights, They say: “We promote honest values and provide a safe place for play and exploration. Creativity, self-expression, curiosity, and magic are encouraged, nourished and celebrated in our field.”