The price of drinks at Glastonbury Festival has been revealed – and once again, it’s pretty steep.

A list of the prices being charged at The Village Inn has been posted on X (formerly Twitter) by Marc Faulkner, as a guide to what to expect in bars around the site. The festival website advises that the prices are equivalent to London pub prices.

The least expensive pint of beer or cider will set you back £6.50, wine is £7.75 for a 175ml glass or £30 for a bottle. A bottle of Prosecco is priced at £43.50.

A single 25ml shot of spirits is £5.75, or £7.75 with a mixer. Doubles (50ml) are £12.50.

There are three cocktails on the Village Inn menu, with an Aperol Spritz at £12.50, or the two alternatives (a strawberry and watermelon daiquiri slushy or a Porn Star Martini slushy) both priced at £9.50.

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Sticking to soft drinks will be cheaper – but not much. Half a pint of Coca-Cola, lemonade or fruit juice will set you back £3, Red Bull is £4.75 for a 250ml can, and Life Water is £2.50 for a 330ml can.

Marc has worked out that the least expensive booze in terms of price per unit is Burrow Hill cider, at £1.91 per unit. The priciest per unit is a single shot of spirit with Red Bull, which comes in at £9.75.