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However, after the festival was called off in both 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been near impossible to get tickets for this year’s event.
People who put down deposits for the cancelled festival in 2020 have had their ticket rolled over for this year, meaning Glastonbury 2022 tickets sold out in under 20 minutes.
The good news is festival lovers won't have to wait another three years as Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis has confirmed that the biggest festival in the UK will go ahead in 2023. With that said, what everyone wants to know is how can they get tickets for the big event next year?
The date for Glastonbury 2023 hasn’t actually been revealed yet and there hasn't been any confirmation regarding the date of the ticket release. Nevertheless, what has been confirmed is that all three of the major headliners for next year’s event have already been booked.
In the meantime, here’s what you can do to secure yourself a ticket for next year’s festival:
The first thing you need to do before you can even start thinking about trying to buy a ticket is make sure that you're registered on the Glastonbury website.
This means that tickets are non transferable, so anyone you know who also wants a ticket will have to be signed up too. Registration will be open until tickets are released, so there’s no rush.
To register, you need to upload a photo of yourself, and there are quite a few requirements needed to be met for your picture to be accepted. The event requires a “passport style photo with a neutral expression, against a plain, light background.” The rest of the requirements can be found on the official website.
Although there’s been no confirmed date, it’s expected that the tickets will be released sometime in October. However, there is usually a resale date for the many who are unlucky first time round, so get your laptops, your phones, and your tablets ready as tickets usually go in around half an hour!