Glastonbury is finally upon us. After a two year Covid inflicted delay, festival goers will finally get their chance to see their favourite artists live.
However, Glastonbury 2022 won't last forever and many fans are already looking ahead to next year's event.
Festival co-creator and English dairy farmer Michael Eavis has already confirmed that Glastonbury 2023 will go ahead and has revealed all headliners have already been booked.
The date for next year's festival has not yet been announced, however, it routinely takes place towards the end of June. Tickets for next year’s event are expected to go on sale at the start of October, but how much will they cost?
Glastonbury 2023: How Much Are Tickets?
We don't know the official figure for how much it will cost to go to next year's festival, however, admission prices for 2022 were £280.
Included within the tickets are full access to the festival (this year will have over 3,000 performances across more than 100 stages), five nights of camping, a free programme, unlimited mobile charging and access to 'Kidzfield', the on site activity park.
Resale tickets for this year's event sold out in 20 minutes, so music fans will have to be quick when they drop for Glasto 2023 in October.
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