Glastonbury Festival has released information about the hotly anticipated resale for tickets to 2024’s festivities. Organisers revealed that a limited number of tickets are available to purchase and will go on sale in two slots next week.

The resales will take place at 6pm (BST) on Thursday, April 19 (Ticket + Coach travel options) and 9am (BST) on Sunday, April 21 (General Admission tickets). For those looking to book accommodation at Worthy View, Sticklinch, as well as campervan or caravan passes will be available to book at 11am (BST) on Sunday, April 21.

Tickets will only be available at There are a number of things you’ll need to know before purchasing tickets, including be registered for the sale, which the festival advises doing by Friday, April 12.

Registration closes at 5pm (BST) on Wednesday, April 17, and will not reopen until after the resale. Tickets are priced at £355 plus a £5 booking fee per person.

There will also be charges for secure delivery (£9.95 for General Admission, £2.75 for Tickets + Coach travel options e-Ticket delivery per order). Tickets bought in the resales must be paid for in full at the time of booking.

During the General Admission resale, you may purchase up to four tickets per transaction. For the Ticket + Coach travel options sale on Thursday, April 18 will be limited to two tickets per transaction, to reflect the limited number of seats available per coach.

In a post uploaded to Instagram, Glastonbury’s organiser Emily Eavis announced the festival had received its highest ever percentage of ticket balances paid. The deadline to pay for tickets received in November’s sale closed on Sunday, April 7.

Emily wrote on her personal Instagram account: “Just heard that we had our highest percentage of ticket balances paid ever! Incredible. Thanks so much everyone. There will be a resale of the (very limited) returned tickets later this month. Info to follow on that.”

For more information on Glastonbury Festival’s resale, visit here.