Glastonbury Festival 2013 ticket prices revealed

Next summer's Worthy Farm event will cost £205

Glastonbury Festival 2013 ticket prices revealed

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The cost of tickets to Glastonbury 2013 has been officially set at £205, with an extra £5 booking fee and £6 postage.

Tickets will go on sale on October 7 at 9am (BST). Ticket price includes an official programme and children under 12 can enter the festival for free.

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 the ticket.

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.

The Vaccines and Professor Green are set to headline this year's fundraising Pilton Party at Glastobury site Worthy Farm on Friday (September 7).

Of the yearly event, Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis said: "The village has been brilliant to us through the years and in return we owe a huge debt to the village. Which is why the Pilton Party is so important, as it raises around £40,000 for all the village activities."

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