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Glastonbury Festival 2024 resale is today – here’s how to get tickets

Glastonbury Festival 2024 resale is today – here's how to get tickets

Don't want to miss out again? We got you (just don't tell anyone).

Glastonbury Festival 2024 will be here in just 10 short weeks, with thousands of music fans set to head to Worthy Farm for a weekend of pure, unadulterated bliss.

The festival have confirmed that this year's headliners are Dua Lipa, Coldplay, SZA and Shania Twain, as well as the likes of Little Simz, Burna Boy and K-Pop band Seventeen, who will also grace the Pyramid stage.

Also on the line-up are Camila Cabello, Avril Lavigne, Jessie Ware and the Sugababes, who will no doubt pack out their tent with some throwback tracks once again. For those lucky enough to have tickets already, get excited!

But if you missed out, there is still some hope – because the first of two Glastonbury resales is tonight, so buckle up.

Now, we all know that securing passes to Glastonbury Festival feels like you've overcome some hugely significant obstacle course of stress and anticipation, in a fingers-can't-click-fast-enough ordeal. It's the sort of thing people take a half-day off work for just so they can go about trying to achieve it without being interrupted by oblivious bosses. Those in the know realise that in order to get Glastonbury 2024 tickets you really have to plan ahead. It's a system of failure and success – the more times you do it, the better you get.

Here's everything you need to know, including details on what time Glastonbury resale tickets are released and more.

When is the Glastonbury 2024 ticket resale?

Glastonbury Festival’s resale for 2024's event launches today, Thursday 18 April, with hopeful festival goers being able to buy tickets and coach travel to and from the festivities.

If you don't manage to get a ticket tonight, though, fret not as there will be another general admission resale on Sunday 21 April.

What time is the Glastonbury resale?

Resale for admission and coach tickets will go live at 6pm BST today, with tickets only available to buy via glastonbury.seetickets.com.

How to buy Glastonbury resale tickets

First things first, if you want a Glastonbury 2024 ticket you need to make sure you are registered – this is how the festival ensures against ticket fakes and fraud.

You can check an existing registration at https://glas.to/lookup or submit new registration at https://glastonburyregistration.co.uk. Registering is completely free.

When you go to buy tickets, have your registration number ready to go, as you'll need to input it (and anyone else's) when you buy them. You'll also need everyone's registration number, postcode and full name so make sure you have your spreadsheet at the ready to avoid disappointment!

Remember, the only place you can buy Glastonbury Tickets is via glastonbury.seetickets.com – any other reseller is not legit. All tickets are tied to each person's registration, with a passport-style picture on it, so independent resale of tickets is not allowed.

If you've registered for the event, you're able to buy up to two tickets in the ticket and coach resale per transaction, while you'll be able to purchase a maximum of four tickets in the general admission sale later on in the month.

One pro tip for tonight is to scroll to the bottom of the locations on the resale page. Most don't bother to do this so you'll likely be in with a better chance if you do so!

How much are Glastonbury 2024 tickets?

Glastonbury 2024 tickets will cost £355, plus a £5 booking fee. A £75 deposit is payable upon your initial booking.

If you book a coach package ticket, your coach fare will also be payable when first securing your ticket in November, plus your £75 deposit.

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Glastonbury 2024 dates

Glastonbury 2024 will be held from Wednesday 26 June to Sunday 20 June 2024.

Where will Glastonbury 2024 be held?

Of course, everyone knows Glastonbury Festival takes place at Worthy Farm, just outside the village of Pilton in Somerset. It's held on the land that belongs to Michael Eavis, the festival's co-founder and a dairy farmer.