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TabulaRasa

Bluetooth Speakers

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Sorry if this is a dumb question. This’ll be my first Glastonbury.

Having just read the official website’s ‘what not to bring’ section, I found this...

I’d like to take my little bluetooth speakers. Not to blast them for all to hear, but for me they’re an essential part of getting ready.

Are they really not allowed? Would they be taken off me if found at the gate?

Thanks!

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I am pretty sure that nobody is going to complain about a Bluetooth speaker. There are far worse banned things smuggled on to site!

That said, I wouldn't bother personally. The festival pretty much have music covered and, depending on the size and where you camp, there's a good chance you won't be able to hear it!.  It also just seems one more unnecessary thing to have to carry and charge. 

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No, its to stop the old ravers of the 90s bringing in full sound systems!! It happened! You'll be fine with diddy speakers but don't be a dick with them and actually you may want to swap the space and weight for something more useful, 

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20 minutes ago, TabulaRasa said:

Sorry if this is a dumb question. This’ll be my first Glastonbury.

Having just read the official website’s ‘what not to bring’ section, I found this...

I’d like to take my little bluetooth speakers. Not to blast them for all to hear, but for me they’re an essential part of getting ready.

Are they really not allowed? Would they be taken off me if found at the gate?

Thanks!

6B42172A-5CDC-4BAF-83D5-3EBF942A6350.jpeg

a personal speaker is fine, don't worry.

The rule is there to stop big sound systems for public performances.

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