Glastonbury festival tickets sold out in just 25 minutes yesterday (Thursday), as guests snapped up coach and entry pass bundles during the first sales phase.
The ticket sales had been delayed by two weeks after some Glastonbury hopefuls had realised they were no longer registered, meaning they could not purchase passes for 2024.
Organisers had alerted those with a registration pre-dating 2020 of a scheduled review of the details held by partner See Tickets in the Glastonbury Festival registration database. This was to make sure that details were up-to-date and to not store information longer than necessary.
The statement was made just hours before coach tickets were originally due to go on sale, on November 2.
The Glastonbury 2024 tickets with coach travel on sale this evening have now all been sold. Our thanks to everyone who bought one.
Standard tickets are on sale at 9am GMT on Sunday morning (and @nationalexpress will offer coach travel to standard ticket holders from across the…
— Glastonbury Festival (@glastonbury) November 16, 2023
Tickets with coach travel went on sale yesterday evening, selling out in less than half an hour according to reports, while general admission passes will go on sale on Sunday (November 19). Tickets are sold through the festival’s nominated agency, See Tickets.
Glastonbury is set to take place between June 26-30 at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
Headliners for the 2024 edition of the UK’s flagship festival are yet to be announced.