The Glastonbury Festival have revealed details of when ticket will be going on sale for next year’s event.
Similarly to previous years, tickets for the three-day event at Worthy Farm, Pilton will be sold on a Sunday and are expected to go on sale at the beginning of April.
A spokesperson for the festival told NME.COM: “We have put forward proposals for the festival to take place over the weekend of June 22-24. These are only the proposed dates at this stage and all depend on whether the licence goes through.”
Festival co-organiser Emily Eavis confirmed to NME.COM that if the licence goes through “the date is definitely April 1 at 9am” for tickets to go on sale.
Ticket prices and details of how they will be sold are still to be set but it is likely to include a pre-registration process and photo ID will be required to enter the site.