Glastonbury Festival has announced the dates for the resale of tickets to this year’s event.
Those who missed out on tickets in the original sale last year have the chance to attend by purchasing returned coach packages on Thursday April 25 or general admission tickets on Sunday April 28.
The news comes a day after Oxfam said that it re-opened applications for its stewardship programme after a number of people dropped out.
Glastonbury Festival returns this year (June 26-30) after a fallow period in 2018 – and promises a “radical” return that’s set to “raise the bar”.
To date, Stormzy has been confirmed as the Friday night headliner, while Kylie takes the the Legends slot on Sunday afternoon. Other acts that have been announced include Janelle Monae.
Elsewhere, the team behind Arcadia revealed recently that a vast new show in the sky will debut at this year’s festival.
Staff at Arcadia say they are in the throes of working with “giant bits of machinery” as part of a new skyward spectacle that will replace the festival’s staple: a giant, fire-breathing mechanical spider.