Glastonbury Festival reveals ticket sales dates and price increase

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Glastonbury Festival organisers have revealed that tickets for next year’s event will go on sale in early November, with a £20 (€23/$24) price hike awaiting potential ticket-holders. 

Ticket and coach travel packages will go on sale on November 2 at 18:00 GMT, with standard tickets available from November 5 at 09:00 GMT. Standard tickets will cost £355 plus a £5 booking fee, a £20 increase on this year’s ticket and a £75 jump over the last two years.

Those lucky enough to secure a lucrative ticket to the UK’s flagship festival will also have to put down a £75 deposit, with the rest of the balance due by the first week of April. If booking the travel package, Glastonbury fans will have to pay the full coach fare at the time of booking.

Tickets will once again be sold exclusively through

Glastonbury fans will need to register in advance of ticket sales, as part of the festival’s ongoing battle against ticket touts. Registration will close on Monday, October 30 at 17:00 GMT.

This year’s event at Worthy Farm, Somerset was headlined by Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses and Sir Elton John. The festival was attended by roughly 200,000 people with a record 21.6 million tuning in to the BBC’s television coverage.

Coach and ticket packages for the 2023 event sold out in just 22 minutes, while the standard ticket sale was hit by technical glitches.

Glastonbury Festival will take place from June 26-30, 2024.