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NEWS When do Glastonbury tickets go on sale for 2019?

Discussion in 'Glastonbury Festival News' started by Metro, Sep 14, 2018.

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    Metro New Member

    by Jessica Lindsay

    (Picture: Jim Dyson/Getty Images)

    It’s been a Glastonbury-free year, with the festival taking a break.

    This was due to the fact the field needs a year off after all that trampling, and the staff and village also needed a year out.

    Some were speculating that the founded Michael Eavis – who is in his 80s – might be ended the festival altogether, although thankfully it’s back for 2019.

    Here’s what we know so far.

    (Picture: Getty)

    The festival will take place in Pilton, Somerset on Wednesday 26 – Sunday 30 June 2019.

    You can register for tickets for the 2019 festival here.

    They won’t be on sale next month but you’ll be notified with the exact time if you register.

    Glasto wants music fans to know that the only ticket agency permitted to sell tickets for the festival is See Tickets so it’s important not to buy them anywhere else.

    (Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire)

    As ever, registration is key to get your hands on a Glastonbury pass.

    First-timers will need to add a photo to their profile to be checked at the gate (to prevent touting) and those whose photo is more than two years old on their account will also need to update.

    There is no word yet on any of the acts that might be playing, or the 2019 price.

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    In 2017, it was £238 + £5 booking fee per ticket (children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge and do not need a ticket).

    That ticket includes entry, five nights camping, a map and guide to the festival, free mobile phone charging, free firewood, free on-site newspaper and phone app and access to the children’s area, Kidzfield.

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