The singer is headlining with The Rolling Stones - also comprised of Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood - at the world famous music festival in Somerset, South West England, and he intends to get close to nature with his family in a tent, despite the ever-present risk of rain at Worthy Farm.
Speaking to Q magazine, he said: "I`ve got nothing else to do on Glasto weekend, and I want to spend some time with my family and have a good time as well."
The 69-year-old vocalist won`t be relying on his two festival veteran daughters, Jade, 41 and Elizabeth, 29, to show him the ropes of Glastonbury - which he has never played before - and insists he will be finding his own "cool places to go" away from the big crowds.
He explained: "I don`t need them to show me the cool places to go. I`m sure I can find some places of my own that are much cooler.
"Will I get hassled? Depends where I go. I think everyone will be pretty laid back."
Mick claims he`s no stranger to sleeping outside and gained heaps of experience when he was a youngster so he`ll have no problem acclimatising to a tent.
He said: "We went camping all the time when I was a kid. Camping in France was our family holiday. And we brought baked beans with us as we didn`t trust that fancy foreign food. We were so totally English."
The Rolling Stones will take to the stage on June 29 after returning from a six-year hiatus for a series of concerts to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
Mick previously said: "Glastonbury is very important. It seems to be very important to my children - highlight of their year."