Glastonbury Festival 2023: When do tickets go on sale - and how do you register?

It may seem as though summer has only just come to an end, but many festival fans will already be thinking about their plans for next year.

Millions of people are expected to try to get their hands on tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2023 - but there are only around 200,000 tickets up for grabs.

When is Glastonbury Festival 2023?

Glastonbury Festival is always held at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset on the last weekend of June. In 2023, Glastonbury Festival will take place from June 21 to 25.

When do tickets to Glastonbury go on sale?

Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2023 will go on sale in the first week of November.

Coach ticket packages will go on sale at 6pm on Thursday 3 November with general sale happening at 9am on Sunday 6 November.

People will be asked to pay a £50 deposit (plus coach fee) before paying their balances off in the first week of April 2023. Any tickets which do not get paid off will then be up for grabs in a re-sale.

How do you register for Glastonbury Festival 2023 tickets?

Everyone who wants to buy a ticket to Glastonbury Festival must register first on the festival's website.

Registration does not guarantee a ticket, but a registration number is needed to purchase tickets when they do go on sale. Registration is free.

Children aged 12 and under do not need a ticket and therefore do not need a registration number.

How hard is it to get Glastonbury tickets?

Glastonbury tickets notoriously sell out in no time - with millions of people trying for just a few hundred thousand tickets.

The last time a full ticket sale was held, Glastonbury Festival sold out completely in half an hour.

Who is rumoured to headline Glastonbury Festival 2023?

At the end of last year’s festival, event organiser Michael Eavis confirmed that headlining acts had already been secured for the next two years.

People have started speculating about who will be performing at the next festival. Rumours include the Spice GIrls, Arctic Monkeys, Taylor Swift, Roxy Music, Harry Styles and Sir Elton John.