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Glastonbury 2020: everything you need to know

Planning on going to Glastonbury next year?

Here's everything you need to know about the festival and booking your ticket:

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  • When is the festival?

Glastonbury 2020 will run from 24th-28th June.

  • Who is headlining?

Glastonbury does not announce the line-up before tickets going on sale. This year's festival was headlined by Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure, with a legends slot from Kylie.

Stars rumoured to appear next year include Paul McCartney, Elton John and Fleetwood Mac.

  • Can I still register to buy tickets?

To avoid ticket touting anyone wanting to buy tickets has to register first.

Registration to buy tickets in October closed on Monday (30th September).

  • I'm registered - what else do I need to book my ticket?

You will need the registration number and postcode for each person you are booking a ticket for.

You will also need a valid debit or credit card.

Make sure you enter your details correctly - any details which don’t match will cause your transaction attempt to fail.

  • When and where can I buy tickets?

To buy tickets head to

The first wave of tickets are for the coach & ticket package. These go on sale at 6pm tonight (Thursday 3rd October). You can book up to six coach tickets per transaction.

Standard weekend tickets will go on sale at 9am on Sunday (6th October). Tickets will cost £265 + £5 booking fee. You can book up to six tickets per transaction.

price of a ticket to Glastonbury 2020 (plus a £5 booking fee).

If you are not able to secure tickets in the October sales, you will have another chance to book in the Spring resales, when any returned tickets go back on sale.

The coach resale will take place on Thursday 16th April 2020 followed by the main resale, on Sunday 19th April 2020.

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  • How does the booking process work? Are there any top tips?

The booking site can only be accessed by a limited number of people at once. This means you may find yourself on the holding page waiting to access the booking site. It will automatically refresh to look for space on the booking page every 20 seconds.

If you are booking for other people, take care to enter their details correctly - names cannot be changed once you proceed with your booking.

Once you reach the payment page you will have 5 minutes to submit your payment information, so take your time to make sure you enter information accurately. A timer will show how long you have.

If the page ‘hangs’ and you can’t get any further, press 'back' once and then continue your booking from that point. Don’t refresh the page more than 10 minutes after entering your details as your access to the page will have expired. If this happens you will need to close the browser and start again to gain fresh access to the booking page.

  • Is there anything else to look out for?

Do not buy tickets from anywhere other than the official site at

You can find more information about the festival and tickets here.