Glastonbury Festival tickets on sale Sunday (Oct 4) – all you need to know

Fans must register by today (October 2) to buy tickets for 2010

Glastonbury Festival tickets on sale Sunday (Oct 4) – all you need to know
Glastonbury festival ticket registration closes at 11:59pm (BST) tonight (October 2), with tickets set to go on sale at 9am on Sunday (4). See below for everything you need to know about getting your tickets – bookmark this web page ready for Sunday.

To buy tickets fans first need to register via the festival's official website, Fans from both the UK and overseas will need to enter their personal details, plus submit a digital passport-style photo of their face. There is an option to save registration details for future years to prevent having to re-register again.

Once registered, from 9am on Sunday fans can buy tickets from Tickets cost £185 plus a £5 booking fee, and £4.95 for postage and packaging. Tickets will also be sold via phone, on 08444124635.

There will be an option to paying a £50 deposit to reserve a ticket. Fans will then have to pay the rest of the full amount by February 28 next year. Festival goers can still choose to pay the full price in one go from Sunday.

Tickets will arrive with the submitted photographs printed on them to help prevent touting and fraud.

Glastonbury takes place next year on Worthy Farm, Somerset on June 25-27. Fans can camp on site from the Wednesday (June 23) to the Monday (28). Camping is included in the ticket price.

The line-up is yet to be announced.

See for more information.

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