Glasto 2024 is scheduled to take place from 26-30 June at Worthy Farm in Gloucestershire. The event’s organisers confirmed this morning that the initial ticket release is set for early November.
Coach and ticket packages are slated for availability at 6pm GMT on Thursday, 2 November, with the general ticket sale to commence at 9am GMT on Sunday, 5 November. Standard tickets will be priced at £355, accompanied by a £5 booking fee, and can be purchased exclusively via the Glastonbury website.
Prospective attendees must provide a £75 deposit per person during the November sales, with an additional charge for coach fare if choosing that option. Each transaction allows for the booking of up to six tickets. The remaining balance is due by the first week of April 2024.
Prior to entering the online queue for ticket purchases, festival-goers need to register for access by 5pm GMT on 31 October. “In order to make a booking, you will need the registration number and registered postcode for each person you are booking a ticket for, as well as a valid debit (UK only) or credit card with sufficient funds to cover your full transaction, and all the security information for that card,” a post on Glastonbury’s official website said.
While the lineup for the 2024 festival remains unannounced, rumours have circulated about potential headliners, including Madonna, Dua Lipa, Coldplay, and Blur. In March, Emily Eavis, the event’s co-organiser, revealed that one of two female headliners for the festival had already been secured.
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