Glastonbury organizers have shared important information for fans hoping to get tickets for the 2024 festival.
In June it was announced that next year’s festival will take place from Wednesday 26th June to Sunday 30th June at Worthy Farm (Pilton).
Before fans can queue online once the sale goes live, registration is required to access tickets, which can be done from now until 17:00 GMT on 31 October.
Glastonbury took this measure to reduce the number of resellers. All general tickets will have a photograph of the holder printed on them.
The festival’s Twitter (X) page has announced today (17 August) that any Glastonbury ticket registrations submitted before 2020 must be reviewed and confirmed before the next ticket sale. You can do it here.
They also wrote: “Please take a moment to review the details and photos we have on file, send a more recent photo if the current one no longer looks the same, and make any other necessary changes to your information registered before September 30, 2023.”
When you click on the registration link, you will be asked to re-enter your email address, followed by a message from Glastonbury with your registration number and unique links that will allow you to view, edit or delete or update your details . your registration photo to a later image.
Fans who registered before 2020 and intend to buy tickets for the festival in 2024 or in future years must review / update and confirm all details no later than Saturday 30 September October, 2023. If the registration is not confirmed registration data older than 2020 will be deleted on Monday, October 2, 2023 and fans will have to submit a new registration.
You’ll find further instructions on the website, as well as NME’s full guide on how to get tickets for 2024.
An exact date for Glastonbury 2024 ticket sales has yet to be announced, but is expected to take place sometime in November 2023.
Immediately after this year’s festival, which featured the likes of Elton John, Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses, Lana Del Rey, Phoenix, Queens Of The Stone Age and many more, rumors began to circulate about who might be as a pioneer in 2024.
So far, speculations range from The 1975, Beyoncé, and Harry Styles. You can check out the full list of NME’s rumored performers here.
At the 2023 edition of the iconic festival, highlights included a farewell performance by John, described by NME as “one of the best headliners in the festival’s history”, a surprise performance by Foo Fighters, who finally revealed the identity of the mystery group The Churnups, and Cate Blanchett’s dance performance with Sparks. You can follow all the action from the final day on the NME liveblog.