Glastonbury Festival 2017: 21st-25th June, 2017
GLASTONBURY 2017 TICKETS NOW SOLD OUT
Glastonbury 2017 will take place at Worthy Farm from 21st-25th June, 2017 (with the main stages open 23rd-25th June). Following the sales on 6th and 9th October, tickets have now Sold Out.
If you bought a deposit, remember that you will need to pay your ticket balance in the first week of April 2017.
You can already book coach travel to next year’s Festival from more than 70 destinations, with National Express.
We’re sorry to all of those who missed out , but there will be a resale of any returned tickets in the spring, and registration will open again in the next few days.
BEWARE PEOPLE SELLING FAKE TICKETS
See Tickets is the only ticket agency permitted to sell tickets for Glastonbury Festival. No other site or agency will be allocated tickets. Any other company or individual claiming to sell Glastonbury Festival tickets is bogus.
If you miss out on tickets when they go on sale, please bear in mind that any cancellations will be made available for resale at face value via the Festival’s authorised ticket agency, See Tickets.
All tickets for the Festival are individually personalised to the named ticket holder and are strictly non-transferable. Security checks are carried out on arrival, and only the specified ticket holder will be admitted to the Festival.
BEWARE “CONCIERGE SERVICES” OFFERING FAKE HOSPITALITY PACKAGES
Whilst a handful of the Festival’s neighbours do offer tickets strictly as part of the accommodation available on their property, these tickets are not permitted to be booked through third parties or agencies, or on a ticket only basis. Over the years there have been problems with off-site providers not supplying the services advertised, therefore packages offered by off-site providers are bought at the purchasers’ risk, and against the advice of Glastonbury Festival, which accepts no responsibility for the services these external suppliers offer. For the avoidance of doubt Glastonbury Festival does not supply tickets to any “concierge services” and accepts no responsibility for losses incurred by those who risk booking with unauthorised sellers.
PLEASE DO NOT RISK FALLING VICTIM TO UNAUTHORISED TOUTS
As part of our ongoing efforts against ticket touting, anyone who would like to attend next year’s Festival needs to register in order to buy tickets. You can register here and check your existing registration here.
The ticket price for Glastonbury 2016 was £228 + £5 booking fee per ticket (children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge and do not need a ticket). As always, the ticket price includes:
– Entry to the Festival, with over 3,000 acts across more than 100 stages
– Five nights camping (with no early entry fees)
– Free programme
– Free miniguide
– Free cotton bag
– Free mobile phone charging
– Free on-site newspaper
– Free mobile app
– Free firewood
– Kidzfield, where all entertainment, rides and activities are free of charge
– Support for Oxfam, Greenpeace, Wateraid and hundreds of other worthy causes (£2 million donated in 2014)
– Funds to improve the Festival’s infrastructure and environmental impact
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PRE-2010 REGISTRANTS
Photo technology has improved significantly in recent years. In order to maintain the quality of registration photos on tickets, any registrations submitted prior to 2010 have been deleted. All registrants affected were contacted via email and given the opportunity to re-register.
If you are interested in buying a ticket for next year’s Festival, then we would recommend reading the full Glastonbury 2017 ticket information.