Details of this year’s Glastonbury Festival ticket resale have been revealed.
The world-renowned music festival is set to return to Somerset this summer after two years of cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 200,000 people will flock to Worthy Farm in Pilton at the end of June to see performances by Diana Ross and Billie Eilish.
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Festival-goers who bought tickets for the 2020 event had their passes canceled twice following the cancellations.
Ticket holders for the sold-out event have only paid a £50 deposit for their admission pass – and will soon have to pay the rest of their ticket balance, or lose their place.
Balance payments on existing deposit bookings will be due the first week of March (9:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 1 to 11:59 p.m. Monday, March 7).
Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2022 will cost £280 plus a £5 booking fee.
A statement on the festival’s website reads: “Every effort has been made to keep this 2020 ticket price increase of £265 as low as possible, despite inflation and the impact of two forced cancellations. “
Following the payment window, tickets returned to the festival will then be resold during a resale at the end of March.
Glastonbury Festival has revealed that returned coach ticket packages will be resold on the evening of Thursday March 24 and returned general admission tickets will be resold on Sunday March 27.
To participate in the resale, you must be registered with the festival, which includes an application process and the submission of a photo ID.
Indeed, the festival prints tickets with photo IDs in an effort to reduce ticket resellers.
You can find more details about the resale and balance payment window for tickets on the Glastonbury Festival website here.