Following the closure of the balance payment window earlier in the week, Glastonbury Festival organisers have announced details of the annual ticket resale for this June’s event.
As with previous years, the first opportunity will lie to those who choose to travel to the festival by coach – that resale will take place at 6pm on Thursday 20th April. Three days later, General Admission tickets will become available at 9am (Sunday 23rd April). General Admission Tickets cost £238 + £5 booking fee, with postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery charged at £7.75 per order (coach package e-Ticket delivery is £1.50 per order).
Unlike October’s initial release, all tickets purchased during this month’s resale will have to be paid in full by debit card. Tickets are limited to four per transaction in the general admission sale (23rd April), with two per transaction for the coach + ticket combo. All tickets will need to be accompanied by registration numbers and registered postcodes. Full details available over on Glastonbury’s website, here.
Glastonbury 2017 runs from 21-25th June at the site’s home of Worthy Farm, Pilton; the initial release of performers was revealed late last month, with the full line-up likely to follow in the coming weeks.