Glastonbury 2024: Final Resale Tickets Sold Out in Record Time of 22 Minutes

Glastonbury 2024: Final Resale Tickets Sold Out in Record Time of 22 Minutes


Glastonbury 2024 – The anticipation for Glastonbury Festival 2024 reached a fever pitch as the final wave of resale tickets disappeared in a mere 22 minutes. This rapid sell-out comes as no surprise, considering the fervor surrounding one of the world’s most iconic music festivals.


Following the initial ticket sale in November, hopeful festival-goers were given two additional opportunities to secure their spot amidst the legendary Glastonbury scene. However, with tickets being described as “very limited,” competition was fierce.


Resale coach packages vanished even more swiftly, vanquished from availability in just 18 minutes on Thursday, leaving many enthusiasts scrambling to secure their place at the coveted event.

General admission tickets, the last bastion of hope for eager fans, were released at 09:00 BST on Sunday, only to vanish into thin air by 09:22 BST, leaving many empty-handed and disappointed.


The escalating demand for entry into the 2024 festival was reflected in the ticket prices, which rose to £355 per person plus a £5 booking fee, up from £335 for the previous year’s event. This increase underscores the enduring allure and unparalleled experience that Glastonbury promises attendees.

The allocation of tickets for the resale depended on the number of individuals who had not completed their ticket purchase after initially placing a deposit in November, further intensifying the race to secure a coveted spot at the festival.

Beyond the ticket sales frenzy, excitement for Glastonbury 2024 is palpable, fueled by the announcement of an electrifying lineup. Notably, this year marks a historic moment as the festival boasts two female Pyramid Stage headliners, Dua Lipa and SZA, alongside the legendary Coldplay.

Additional acts such as Lulu, Frank Turner, and Kate Nash were unveiled on Tuesday, joining an eclectic roster including LCD Soundsystem, The Streets, Little Simz, Avril Lavigne, and Cyndi Lauper, with more surprises yet to be revealed.


Furthermore, the inclusion of Shania Twain in the Sunday “legend slot” promises a memorable close to the festival weekend, ensuring that attendees are treated to an unforgettable musical experience from start to finish.

For those unable to secure tickets, there is still hope to partake in the magic of Glastonbury. The BBC has pledged extensive coverage of the event, showcasing standout performances and behind-the-scenes moments across various platforms including BBC iPlayer, BBC Sounds, TV, radio, and online. Details of the comprehensive coverage will be unveiled closer to the festival dates, ensuring that the spirit of Glastonbury reaches audiences far and wide.

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