When will Glastonbury 2024 tickets go on sale and how to get them

It’s never too early to start planning for the world’s most anticipated ticket sale

Chiara Wilkinson
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Chiara Wilkinson
Features Editor, UK
Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury
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Did you watch Glastonbury 2023 on TV and wished you were right there in the crowd, surrounded by flags, singing along – rather than being propped on your sofa holding a cup of tea instead of an icy beer? We don’t blame you. There’s a reason why Glastonbury is near-impossible to get tickets for, and if you’re hoping to secure your spot in front of the Pyramid Stage in 2024, you’re going to need to start planning now.

More than 200,000 revellers descended on Worthy Farm for the 2023 edition, but demand was unsurprisingly much higher. You might be an optimistic first-timer to the annual ticket scramble or a resilient regular – either way, you’re probably already well aware that it’s more likely to end in failure than success.

One thing’s for sure, though: you’ll definitely regret not trying at all. Though 2023’s line-up proved a controversial one, the event was still, by all accounts, a roaring success. More than 3,000 acts performed across four days filled with surprise appearances, meaning that if none of the 2024 headliners float your boat (there’s a strong rumour that Taylor Swift will be there), there’s bound to be some music that does. 

So, are you ready to plan ahead for 2024? Here’s everything you need to know about when tickets will go on sale – and how to register to buy them. Next year could well be your year.

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When will Glastonbury 2024 tickets go on sale?

Coach and ticket packages will be available at 6pm GMT on Thursday, November 2 before the general sale goes live at 9am GMT on Sunday, November 5. You can book up to six tickets per transaction.

The place to buy them from is Don’t bother looking anywhere else – there’s a very strong chance you’ll be scammed.

How to register for Glastonbury 2024 tickets

To be able to buy a ticket, you have to be registered. As always, there’s a hard cut-off date on October 30, after which you’ll no longer be able to register and get your hands on tickets in the main sales.

When you register, you’ll need to provide basic details and a passport-style photo. If you’ve already registered in the past, you might not need to do so again, but it’s definitely worth checking. Find out more about registering for the 2024 ticket sales here

How much will tickets cost?

Standard tickets will cost £355 plus a £5 booking fee – the same price as 2023. 

You’ll be required to pay a £75 deposit – plus coach fare if booking a ticket and coach travel option – per person when purchasing in the November sales. Then, the remaining balance will need to be paid off in the first week of April next year. Better get saving!

How many people go to Glastonbury?

Absolutely loads. The 2023 edition is the biggest yet, with a whopping 210,000 fans attending. That’s roughly the same as the entire population of Norwich or Aberdeen.

When will Glastonbury 2024 take place?

Mark those calendars: Glastonbury 2024 will take place from Wednesday June 26 to Sunday June 30. 

Where is Glastonbury held?

Glasto takes place at Worthy Farm, a sprawling plot of land that belongs to festival co-founder (and dairy farmer) Michael Eavis. It’s just outside the village of Pilton in Somerset.

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