Glastonbury 2013 tickets onsale date named

Tickets for next summer's Worthy Farm event will go onsale in October

Glastonbury 2013 tickets onsale date named

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Tickets for next summer's Glastonbury Festival will go onsale in October, it was confirmed this morning (June 20).

Tickets for the event, which will run from Wednesday June 26 to Sunday June 30 in 2012, will go onsale on October 7 at 9am (GMT).

As with sales for previous years, anyone wishing to buy tickets will need to register in advance in order to be able to obtain their ticket. All ticket holders (not just the person who purchases the tickets for a group) must make sure they register in advance so that their ticket can have their photo printed onto it.

Registration is open now at Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk and must be completed in advance of attempting to purchase tickets.

See Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk for more information.

Beyonce, Coldplay and U2 headlined the Worthy Farm event in 2011, while The Rolling Stones have already ruled themselves out of headlining next year's event.

To read a new interview with Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis in which she opens up about her plans for next summer's festival, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally.

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