Glastonbury goers – your time is now.
Procastinators and other friends: this week is your last opportunity to get in position if you want to be gurning in the Green Fields next year. Having skipped 2018, tickets to Glastonbury 2019 will inevitably in MASSIVE DEMAND, and the legendarily faffy ticket process insists you register in advance with all your information. (That’s before you even run the gauntlet of trying to get your hands on a ticket of your own.)
Here’s what you need to know…
When do I need register for Glastonbury tickets?
The deadline to register for Glastonbury tickets is midday next Monday, October 1. You need to go to their registration microsite to do so. Also, attendees in previous years, who haven’t updated their photo recently, MUST submit a new photo for their registration to be valid, in case your visage has been ravaged by time/the sesh.
When do Glastonbury tickets go on sale?
If you fancy getting the coach to Glastonbury (£57 return from London, since you ask) you can buy combined coach+festival tickets on Thursday, October 4, from 6pm. These will go like hot cakes, but it might be worth trying now just to give you that extra opportunity. You can buy up to six tickets, but you’ll ALL need to be registered (and you’ll need your mates’ details to hand when you book.)
Weekend tickets go on sale Sunday, October 7 at 9am. This is usually an absolutely panic-inducing experience and should, at the absolute minimum, involve you and all your squad desperately refreshing The Page, with one anothers’ registration IDs all close to hand.
How much do Glastonbury tickets cost?
You only have to pay £50 per ticket up front (plus any coach costs) but the final price is £203 including booking.
So don’t hang about, register here if you haven’t already. For more information, visit the official website.