Glastonbury, one of the most popular music festivals in both the UK and the world, will return this summer to Worthy Farm from June 21-25, 2023. With headliners like Elton John, Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses, and Lizzo, you better believe it’s going to be a busy weekend of festing. So how can you get your hands on an a Glastonbury pass? Let’s start with the bad news first…
Has Glastonbury 2023 sold out? Sorry, but yes, Glastonbury tickets are not available to purchase at this time. But don’t give up hope! Glastonbury does a resale in the spring of cancelled and returned tickets so you have one more chance to score those coveted passes.
When do Glastonbury tickets go on sale? Glastonbury tickets typically go on sale in early November and sell out immediately. The first sale sold out in 23 minutes while the second one lasted just over an hour. Purchasing a ticket in November only requires a £50 deposit with the reminder coming due in early April. If the festie doesn’t come up with the rest of the money, then the tickets are put back on the market in the spring resale!
When is the Glastonbury 2023 spring resale? There’s no date listed yet, but Glastonbury has confirmed that it will take place in April 2023. The resale will take place at See Tickets, the only official ticketing company that Glastonbury is using this year. This year the window to pay off the reminder of the ticket falls between April 1-7, 2023, so we expect the resale to take place shortly after that.
How much are Glastonbury tickets? Standard tickets to the festival in 2023 were running around £340 (about $415 USD). In 2022, tickets to Glasto only cost £270 – the rises were blamed on COVID.
How much are Glastonbury tickets with camping? Good news festie friends. All tickets to Glastonbury come included with access to endless fields of camping.
How to get Glastonbury tickets? In an effort to stop scalpers, you have to register on the official website before the ticket sale. It’s free of charge and takes just a few moments.
Can you get day tickets for Glastonbury? No. Glastonbury only sells a full festival pass. Believe us, you will want to stay for the entire time.
Good luck snagging tickets and we hope to see you there!