The resale of cancelled/refunded tickets for this year’s Festival will take place at 9am on Sunday, 17th April 2011.
Tickets will be sold online at www.seetickets.com/g2011 and via the Seetickets booking line 0844 412 4635. The number of tickets available is expected to be quite limited, because these are returns, not a second batch. Tickets will be limited to four per transaction.
In order to purchase tickets in the re-sale, you must be successfully registered by Friday, 8th April. Registration will then close until after the resale. Register online at www.glastonburyregistration.co.uk.
If you’re already registered, then we strongly suggest you check your details by visiting seetickets.com/see/getglas as soon as possible (this link will also close before the resale).
For more information about ticket sales and registration, please visit our ticket information page.
As well as standard Festival tickets (costing £195 + £5 booking fee), there will be a number of Combined Coach and Festival Tickets on sale. These tickets include either single or return coach tickets from a range of locations around the UK.
Travelling to the Festival by coach helps substantially to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions produced by Glastonbury – as audience transport actually contributes to two thirds of the Festival’s total emissions. Traveling by coach also reduces the number of cars on the road which means less traffic queuing to enter the site and less CO2 emissions from cars in slow traffic approaching the site.
This year, for the first time, ticket holders who arrive at the Festival by public transport or bicycle will be given a Green Traveller lanyard, offering discount meal vouchers, exclusive solar showers, access to compost toilets and a discount on a Festival T-shirt.
We have strived to make this year’s coach packages as affordable as possible, with all fares lower than 2010 rates. The full timetable and price list for these tickets is shown below (the price will be added to the cost of the ticket in the combined packages).