How to get tickets in the Glastonbury resale – and what to do if you miss out

Glastonbury Festival 2024 is right around the corner(Photo by Tabatha Fireman/Redferns)

Thousands of music lovers are set to make the annual pilgrimage to Worthy Farm this summer for Glastonbury Festival.

Dua LipaColdplay, and SZA are headlining, with Shania Twain taking the legends slot alongside hundreds of live music acts from June 26 to 30.

While many took aim at this year’s lineup, tickets have still been like gold dust with organisers revealing the first wave sold out in 25 minutes.

Prospective attendees have been eagerly awaiting this year’s resale for their second chance to attend the legendary music event – but when is it, and how can you purchase tickets in Glastonbury 2024 resale?

Here’s everything you need to know, including how to attend if you don’t manage to bag tickets.

When is the Glastonbury 2024 resale?

General admission tickets will go on resale at 9am on Sunday, April 21.

The Glastonbury line-up was confirmed recently (Picture: Glastonbury)

Any cancelled accommodation options (Worthy View, Sticklinch, Campervan/Caravan passes) will also be made available at 11am on Sunday.

You need to be registered for Glastonbury tickets to purchase anything in the resale, with registration closing on Wednesday, April 17 at 5pm and not reopening until after resale.

During the resale, you may purchase up to four tickets per transaction but you will need to have all of the registration numbers and registered postcodes of those you are buying tickets for as you can only book one ticket per registration.

According to the Glastonbury website, if you are booking a ticket and coach travel option, you will be asked to choose a departure town and time for towns with multiple departures.

Dua Lipa is among the headliners this year (Picture: Getty)

It is only possible to book tickets from one departure town in a single transaction. Travel on the coach you have selected is mandatory to receive your festival ticket.

The deposit scheme for 2024 is now closed, and all tickets bought in the resale must be paid for in full at the time of booking.

All information about the Glastonbury 2024 ticket resale can be found on the festival’s website.

Will there be another chance to buy tickets?

Sunday’s resale is the last chance you will have to buy tickets for Glastonbury 2024.

Tickets were first snapped up in November just 25 minutes after they went on sale.

Those lucky enough to secure a spot paid a £75 deposit, with the full amount due in a week-long window which ended on April 7. Those who didn’t pay on time saw their tickets go into the resale pot.

Tickets are going on resale on Sunday (Picture: Redferns)

Festival organiser Emily Eavis previously announced that this year’s resale pot is smaller than ever, saying there was a ‘very limited’ number of tickets available.

Taking to Instagram with a picture of the iconic Pyramid Stage, Emily wrote: ‘Just heard that we had our highest percentage of ticket balances paid ever! Incredible. Thanks so much everyone.’

This comes after Glastonbury increased its ticket price by £75 in two years, with it costing a total of £360 per ticket for 2024.

However, all hope isn’t lost as there are still ways you can catch this year’s action at Worthy Farm.

Hopeful attendees can volunteer with Oxfam for a chance to work at the festival and catch some of the live acts, as well as companies such as Festsaff.

You can read our full list of how to attend Glastonbury if you didn’t bag yourself a ticket here.

Glastonbury Festival 2024 is kicking off on June 26.

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