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With Glastonbury 2022 soon coming to an end, most people are already looking forward to next year’s event.
Thankfully, we’re here to ensure that you’re up to date with all the key information about next year’s festival.
Having been cancelled for the two years prior to 2022, an effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, tickets to this year’s festival were exceedingly hard to come by.
Although some 200,000 people were lucky enough to get tickets, releases were limited due so many who wanted to go this year were unable to.
The initial release for 2023 should enable more people to pick up the highly coveted tickets, although you would still be very fortunate to get one.
Glastonbury 2022 has already seen some of the world’s biggest stars performing live with the likes of Billie Eilish, Bastille (surprise act) and Sir Paul McCartney lighting up stages and drawing thousands of fans.
Glastonbury routinely hosts acts from the very pinnacle of the music industry and 2023 will be no different.
From Glastonbury’s dates to ticket releases to headliners, we’ve got all the information currently available in one place so you have the best chance of attending the 2023 festival.
Although concrete dates are yet to be released, 2023 will not be a fallow year for the festival (when Glastonbury doesn’t happen in order to let the fields recover) and will almost definitely take place at the end of June, so free up your diaries!
General tickets traditionally go on sale at the beginning of October although, again, a set date is yet to be announced.
Just be sure to register beforehand! You can read more about ticket releases here.
Organisers have come forward and publicly stated that a number of headliners have already signed on although no names have been released yet.