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Olivia Stock
4 October 2023, 12:46

Glastonbury 2024 ticket sale dates announced

Official ticket sale dates have been confirmed for early November

Glastonbury Festival Pyramid stage
Glastonbury Festival via Facebook

Glastonbury has confirmed the ticket sale dates for the festival’s 2024 edition, which will take place next year from 26th to 30th June.

General admission tickets are set to go on sale on Sunday 5th November at 9AM (GMT), while tickets plus coach travel to the festival will go on sale a few days earlier on Thursday 2nd November at 6PM (GMT).

Organisers have confirmed that tickets will remain the same price as they were last year — £355 plus a £5 booking fee — however, the deposit has risen £50 to £75, which must be paid in November. The remaining balance is payable in the first week of April 2024, prior to the resale launch in late spring.

Tickets will be sold exclusively at, with organisers stressing that no other site or agency will be allocated tickets. Tickets can be bought in groups, up to six per person.

To be eligible to purchase a ticket, you must register free of charge before Monday 30th October at 5pm (GMT). If you have previously registered any time since the year 2020, the festival has issued a warning to review this before the next ticket sale. More details on Glastonbury registrations are available here.

Tickets for the 2023 edition sold out within an hour of going on sale last November, while resale tickets sold out in just six minutes in April. Last month, Glastonbury shared advice on the best way to secure tickets to the event in 2024. You can read it here.

This year’s festival saw huge electronic music names including Fatboy Slim, Fred again.., SHERELLE, I. JORDAN and The Chemical Brothers at the forefront of the action as fans enjoyed almost a week of live music at Worthy Farm.

“Record numbers” also tuned in to watch the music from their home, Glastonbury organisers said, with digital content streamed a record 50.3m times across BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds. Relive some of the best electronic sets from Glastonbury’s 2023 edition here — including Shygirl, Sudan Archives, and Hot Chip.