Glastonbury reveals ticket resale dates for 2023

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Glastonbury festival has announced its ticket resale dates along with a change in the payment process.

Those who missed out on the main ticket release which sold out in an hour will get another chance to party at Worthy Farm this June.

When do Glastonbury 2023 tickets go on resale?

Resale will go live twice, firstly with the coach package on Thursday April 20 at 6PM BST and then general admission tickets on Sunday April 23 at 9AM BST.

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Prospective attendees are allowed to purchase up to four general admission tickets whilst coach package tickets are limited to two per person.

You must already be registered to purchase Glastonbury tickets and should have your and other’s registration numbers and postcodes for those you are getting tickets for.

Glastonbury has changed its ticket payment process for this resale which means that once tickets have been secured people will have 24 hours to pay for their tickets with the deposit scheme no longer available.

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Tickets cost £335 with a £5 booking fee per person with the coach package varying on location.

The official website explains: “Due to the high volume of traffic expected for the limited number of tickets available in the resales, you will not be asked for your payment details during the booking process.”

Glastonbury tickets first went on sale in November which sold out in just over an hour yet left hopefuls frustrated due to “technical problems” with the ticketing website SeeTickets.

So far, the festival has revealed the Pyramid Stage line-up, with Elton John, Guns N’ Roses and Arctic Monkeys all set for headline slots.

Acts from the electronic music scene announced include, Alison Goldfrapp, Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim, Fred Again.., Hot Chip, Shygirl and Rudimental.

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Written by: Tim Hopkins

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