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Certainly the most highly anticipated festival in the UK, Glastonbury has now kicked off and those lucky enough to be going will most likely be waiting in hours-long queues before the weekend of music can commence.
With over 200,000 annual visitors, Glastonbury is the “largest greenfield music and performing arts festival” in the world.
It attracts the best musicians from around the globe and has featured some of the most iconic live performances of all time in its past.
This year’s line-up promises to make for an awe-inspiring festival with acts from Kendrick Lamar to Paul McCartney to ensure there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The COVID-19 pandemic meant that the previous two years have gone by without the mainstay festival occurring which also saw mass ticket rollovers making it far harder for people to get tickets for the 2022 festival.
In light of this, people want to know the dates of next year’s festival to ensure they can plan around it and make sure that they’re right on cue to buy tickets.
Glastonbury takes no prisoners when it comes to missing tickets, with iD photos required to ensure you can’t resell your tickets so we’re here to make sure that you’re prepared.
Although the festival has been confirmed to be happening, with event organisers claiming that some headliners have already signed on, the exact dates are yet to be released.
The festival routinely takes place towards the end of June, so the 2023 festival should occur at roughly the same time of year. The exact dates will be announced in the couple of months following the end of the festival and before its coveted tickets go on sale.
Just as importantly, and more imminently, tickets for next year’s event are expected to go on sale at the start of October so make sure you’re fully prepared for that. You can read more about Glastonbury ticket releases here.
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