The festival confirmed earlier this week how much you can expect to pay for your way in this year, as well as the date that both coaches and tickets go on sale.
So, here’s everything you need to know:
You can expect general admission tickets to go on sale on Sunday, November 5, at 9AM (GMT), while tickets alongside coach travel will go on sale a few days earlier on Thursday, November 2, at 6PM (GMT).
Tickets will remain the same price as they were last year: £355 plus a £5 booking fee, although Glastonbury has hiked up its booking fee from £25 to £75, which must be paid in November.
The full ticket price will need to be paid by the first week of April 2024, and can only be purchased through the official Glastonbury website here. Tickets can be bought in groups, up to six per person.
You must register before purchasing a ticket, which is free of charge and must be completed before Monday, October 30, by 5pm (GMT).
Glastonbury has advised anyone registering to do so at least a week before registration closes to give time for photo resubmissions or validation of details.
If you have registered previously, you won’t need to re-register, but are advised to check and update your details. Registrations submitted before 2020 will also need to be reviewed and confirmed before tomorrow, September 30. Non-confirmed registrations will be deleted on Monday, October 2.
Last month, Glastonbury shared advice on the best way to secure tickets to the festival on 2024. Read it here.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins