Glastonbury 2024 tickets resale: Dates, details and advice released for festival fans

A ‘VERY limited’ number of Glastonbury tickets for the 2024 festival will go on sale later this month, it has been confirmed.

The resale – of tickets where initial buyers failed to pay off their balance – will take place at 6pm on April 18 for coach and ticket packages, and 9am April 21 for general admission.

Any cancelled accommodation options at Worthy View, Sticklinch and campervan/caravan passes, will be made available at 11am on April 21.

The Glastonbury resale will only be available at – and buyers have been warned to avoid any other sellers.

Anyone trying for tickets must be registered with the Glastonbury scheme, at, They are advised to do so before Friday, April 12, to allow for the registration to be processed and resubmitted if needed.

Those already registered can use existing registration numbers and do not need to re-register.

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA will top the bill on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2024. Picture: Paul Jones

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA will top the bill on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2024. Picture: Paul Jones

Tickets cost £355 + £5 booking fee per person. Secure delivery of General Admission tickets is charged at £9.95 postage per order (Tickets + Coach travel options e-Ticket delivery is £2.75 per order).

Prices for coach packages varies, depending on location, with a full list available at

People can buy up to four tickets per booking in the resale – with a separate registration number needed for each ticket.

Car park tickets will be available when purchasing a general admission ticket during the resale.

A spokesperson said: “Following the November ticket sales, any tickets which have since been cancelled (or) refunded will be made available in late April.

“As with previous sales, tickets will be exclusively sold at and demand is expected to significantly outweigh the number of tickets available.

“A limited number of people will be given access to the booking site at any one time.”

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Tips when booking Glastonbury Festival tickets in the 2024 resale

Organisers have issued advice to those trying to book tickets through the Glastonbury 2024 resale.

They include:

  • If the amount of traffic on the website is particularly high, you may see a reduced version of the See Tickets booking site, with a minimal holding page. This does not mean the site has crashed.
  • Once you reach the first page of the booking site, you will be asked to enter the registration number and registered postcode for the lead booker and, in the General Admission resale, up to three other individuals or one other individual in the Ticket + Coach option resale.
  • When you proceed, the details you have provided will be displayed on the next page. Check these are the people you expect to be booking tickets for, as these cannot be changed once your proceed with your booking.
  • If you are booking a Ticket + Coach travel option, you will be asked to choose a departure town (and time for towns with multiple departures). It is only possible to book tickets from one departure town in a single transaction. If the option you have selected is not available, please choose a different town or day that is convenient for you.
  • Once all of your information is correct, you will be able to add optional elements such as car parking passes (General Admission ticket bookings only) and TicketPlan Refund Protection.
  • Once you reach the payment page you will have five minutes to submit your payment information, so please take your time to enter this information accurately. The time remaining will be shown in the top right hand side of your screen.
  • Registration numbers will be locked for up to 10 minutes if your details are entered incorrectly, an attempt to book is already held against your registration number, or your five minutes on the booking page ends. If the transaction fails and tickets are still available, your registration number will be released to give you the chance to try again.
  • If the page ‘hangs’ and you can’t get any further, try pressing back once and then continue your booking from that point.
  • If that doesn’t help, close your browser and start again. Please don’t continue to refresh the page more than 10 minutes after entering your details as your access to the page will have expired. You will need to close the browser and start again to gain fresh access to booking page.

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I am the editor in chief of Blackmore Vale media, which includes the New Blackmore Vale, New Stour & Avon, Salisbury & Avon Gazette and the Purbeck Gazette, having been a reporter for some 20 years. In my spare time, I am a festival lover, with a particular focus on Glastonbury. I live in Somerset with my wife and two children.