Glastonbury Festival, certainly the most highly-anticipated festival in the UK if not the world, is just around the corner, but with tickets for 2022 long sold-out, everybody wants to know when tickets for 2023 will be made available to the public.
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.
Having not run since 2019 due to COVID, the excitement for this year’s festival is palpable as over 3,000 acts including some of the biggest names in music are set to perform over the course of the five days.
From Billie Eilish to Sir Paul McCartney to Kendrick Lamar, there will be performances spanning the entire spectrum of the music industry for festival-goers to enjoy.
However, with tickets rolling over from the years the festival was cancelled, ticket availability for the 2022 festival was drastically limited.
With competition for tickets so incredibly tight, we’re here to help you get the jump on when to expect the release of these highly coveted tickets for Glasto 2023.
When Will Tickets Go On Sale For Glastonbury Festival 2023?
Tickets are expected to be released in early October for Glastonbury 2023.
However, the exact when these will be made available to the public is yet to be announced.
In order to have a fighting chance of getting elusive Glastonbury tickets, there’s a couple of things that you must do.
Firstly, pre-register on the Glastonbury website so that you don’t waste time putting in details should you get the option to buy tickets.
Secondly, set alarms!! If you miss the ticket drop by even a minute, your chances of getting tickets are almost zero!
Finally, use as many devices as possible to wait in the online queue.
It’s a very simple concept, more devices, a higher chance of one of them getting selected to have the option to buy tickets.
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Topics: Glastonbury, Festivals, Music