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Sunshine, picnics, and an afternoon of opera - a day out at Glyndebourne is the highlight of the summer festival season for many music-lovers. But why do people love it so much? Allow us to guide you through a day at the festival as it celebrates its 80th anniversary in 2014, from what to wear, to what to pack in your picnic basket.
The best seats in the house are undoubtedly pricey - the most expensive tickets will set you back £235 - but there's plenty of bargains to be had if you know where to look. Standing tickets cost as little as £15, and if you're aged between 16-29, you can join the Glyndebourne<30 scheme to be eligible for priority booking and £30 tickets.
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