IT’S been almost three years since the Glastonbury Festival last took place but the long wait is almost over.
The world’s largest greenfield festival was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 thanks to a global pandemic but from June 22 to 26, Worthy Farm will once again be full of revellers and this is your last chance to be one of them.
The Glastonbury Festival ticket resale is your last chance to get into the event and tickets go on sale at 9am on Sunday (March 27).
This year’s Pyramid Stage headliners have been confirmed as Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar, with Diana Ross filling the Sunday afternoon legend slot.
— Glastonbury Festival (@glastonbury) March 18, 2022
Glastonbury ticket resale
Tickets sold out in record time in 2020 and most people have held them over for this year’s event but there is still one last glimmer of hope for anyone yet to secure entry to the festival.
The Glastonbury Festival ticket resale is your last chance to get into the event and join more than 200,000 revellers in those hallowed fields this summer.
It takes place from 9am on Sunday (March 27) with car park tickets also available to purchase.
Register for Glastonbury tickets
If you are going to try your luck in the resale, everyone you are booking a ticket for must be registered.
If you are already registered, you can use your existing registration number.
For anyone not registered, unfortunately registration is now closed and will not reopen until after the resale.
Glastonbury glamping resale
Any Campervan, Tipi, Sticklinch and Worthy View cancellations will go back on sale after the general admission resale at 11am.
How much do Glastonbury tickets cost
Glastonbury festival tickets cost £280 + £5 booking fee per person.
Secure delivery of general admission tickets is charged at £9.30 postage per order.
All tickets for the festival are individually personalised to the named ticket holder and are strictly non-transferable.