Tickets become available to buy for Glastonbury 2017 next weekend and as you already know they tend to sell out faster each year it seems. If you are planning on going to Glastonbury next year make sure you remember the important dates below depending on which tickets you want to buy. This way you make sure that you don’t miss out on what usually proves to be a great festival weekend.

How to get your tickets for Glastonbury 2017

By now you should already be registered on the official Glastonbury website. You can check and edit your existing information online as well as updating a more recent picture of yourself if needed. If you’ve not already pre-registered then you can still do that online today.

The first ticket option is the festivals coach and ticket packages. These tickets go on sale at 6pm on Thursday 6th October via their official website. This ticket is classed as a reward option to the people who continue to commute via green travel. This gives you the chance to be the first to secure their Glastonbury 2017 tickets. Around 15,000 coach and ticket packages will be made available on this date which will be sold in advance of the general sale.

The second ticket option is the standard weekend tickets which will go on sale at 9am on Sunday 9th October. As usual, these tickets will be sold exclusively again via the same site. You are able to book with a £50 deposit and the rest of the balance being due in spring 2017.

If you are buying tickets for a group of friends or family just remember you are limited to 6 tickets per transaction. If a few of you are going, increase your chances by all trying at the same time and staying in contact via phone in case two get through.

The total ticket price for Glastonbury 2017 is £238 as well as a £5 booking fee per ticket. The ticket will guarantee entry to the Glastonbury festival which will have 3,000 acts performing over the weekend across more than 100 stages. The full line-up is usually announced in the Spring.

As always the ticket price not only includes entry to the festival but includes the following you will also get the below free for your weekend.

  • Glastonbury programme
  • mini guide
  • Cotton bag
  • Mobile phone charging
  • On-site newspaper
  • Glastonbury mobile app
  • Free firewood
  • Kidzfield (where all entertainment, rides and activities are free of charge)

Beware of people selling fake tickets

Remember that only the official Glastonbury website above will be the only place to purchase your tickets. If you are unable to get a Glastonbury ticket when they go out on sale, then bear in mind that any cancellations will be made available for resale at face value on the same website.

More tickets are available in April if you don’t get them this time but hopefully, this will be enough to make you set a reminder on your phone or a note on your calendar.

If you ever have any concerns regarding ticket sales from an individual or company claiming to have Glastonbury tickets for sale you can report it this Glastonbury fraud team on 0300 123 2040.

Hopefully, all of this information will help you in advance and give you more time to organise transport and motorhomes for the best Glastonbury experience.