Glastonbury 2020 Ticket Sales Opens This Week: Registration, Coach Packages And Sign Up Details
Yes, it may be raining outside, but you can start thinking about next summer.
That is, if part of your plans for next summer includes Glastonbury Festival, which lands back at Worthy Farm from 24th-28th June.
Tickets for Glastonbury 2020 go on sale this week - in two distinct categories.
General admission tickets go on sale on Sunday 6th October, with National Express coach and ticket packages available a few days earlier, on Thursday 3rd October.
Tickets will cost £265, along with a £5 booking fee -and a £50 deposit (plus coach fare if booking a coach package) is payable when booking in October, with the balance payable in the first week of April 2020.
Tickets will be sold exclusively at glastonbury.seetickets.com.
If you want to get hold of these ticket though, you will have had to sign up to early registration - which closed on September 30.
There will be no further opportunity to submit/re-submit a registration until after the October ticket sales, according to Glastonbury top bods.
All tickets are individually personalised - and non-transferable - and only SeeTickets are licensed to sell Glastonbury tickets and packages, so make sure you don't fall prey to touts.
It's six tickets per transaction and you'll need to make sure you have your registration code. It is expected that you will receive your tickets at least 7 days before the Festival starts.
Additional items such as Worthy View accommodation, Campervan passes, and tipis will be available for ticket holders to book later in October.
You can find all the other relevant ticket information here.
Last year's Glastonbury line-up featured Stormzy, The Killers, The Cure, Liam Gallagher, David Attenborough and some kid called Alex.
In terms of 2020 headliners, bookies' have Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Foals and Elton John as favourites to headline the 2020 festival.
Supergrass, Wolf Alice and Taylor Swift have also been linked.