Glastonbury Festival is "fully open for business", organisers say, after traffic jams caused hours of delays and chaos.
Earlier on Wednesday, festival goers who had not started their journey to Somerset were advised to "stay put" after "wet weather and ground conditions" resulted in congestion in surrounding roads.
Event organiser Emily Eavis said: "Traffic is improving. We apologise for the delays and are doing our best to move things along quickly".
We're pleased to report that the Festival is fully open for business.
Everyone is welcome to travel to the site, where traffic is moving as it usually does for the Festival. Please expect to queue, but we will get you in.
Thank you for your patience and help with this today.
We look forward to seeing you for a great Glastonbury.
Three revellers stuck in traffic on their way to the Glastonbury Festival share their stories of frustration and optimism with ITV News.
Festival-goers were warned not to travel by road because wet ground conditions are causing congestion.