Sticking to a long standing tradition, the 2024 edition of Glastonbury will take place during the last weekend of June. Gates will open on Wednesday the 26th of June and the festival closes on Sunday the 30th.
The organisers have in recent interviews claimed that 2 female headline acts will be booked. One headliner has been confirmed to be from the US. Speculation is rife as to who these acts will be. To headliner the festival, Coldplay (Friday, 28th of June), Dua Lipa (Saturday, 29th of June), and Stevie Wonder (Sunday, 30th of June) are strong, recent rumours. Shania Twain is also looking more and more likely to fill a Legend slot - she'll be performing at other UK festivals around Glastonbury time. An appearance by 'The Boss', Bruce Springsteen is potentially on the cards too. Madonna was a possible headliner, though this rumour is almost certainly now squashed for good. Taylor Swift has also been fully ruled out as she'll be performing in Dublin on Glastonbury dates.
Have a look at our Glastonbury 2024 line-up page for more details.
Tickets for the Festival have now sold out. However, it's highly likely there will be a ticket resale in April 2024 where you can try again if you weren't lucky in the main sale. Be sure to register and keep an eye on the eFestivals Glastonbury Forum for the best tips & tricks to secure tickets and for some fun pre resale build-up!
Tickets will cost £355 + £5 booking fee. £75 of the ticket cost will be payable upon booking, with the remaining balance becoming payable in the first week of April 2024, if you purchased your ticket in November.
If you're still looking to purchase tickets, you will be required to register beforehand (see above) as an anti-touting measure (if you want to go, register now). You will need your registration number to purchase a ticket. Tickets have the attendee's photo printed on and are not transferable or re-sellable.
Registration does not reserve or guarantee you a ticket in the resale but if you don't register you will not be able to buy a weekend ticket for Glastonbury Festival 2024.
The Festival wants people to think about their journey to the Festival, to use public transport, or if coming by car to share transport with others. The Festival is committed to minimising the amount of waste, and managing the on site collection of that waste efficiently, 'reduce, reuse and recycle'.
Glastonbury Festival believes that work begins at home, at Worthy Farm. Looking after the fields, the hedges and the livestock has always been the Festival's number one concern, and it is what life is all about. Please take everything you bring and your litter home with you and 'leave no trace'.
Festivals goers should think responsibly when they are packing their things to take to the Festival, and not bring items that will end up in landfill, or that they won't want to take back home again, remember to "Limit what you bring, and clean up behind you."
The festival donates much of its profits to good causes including Oxfam, Greenpeace, WaterAid and hundreds of other worthy causes, both local and international.
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