The date for the resale of Glastonbury festival tickets has been revealed.
Tickets that have been cancelled or refunded will go back on sale to the public at the end of April, with ticket and coach packages up for grabs on April 24 from 7pm and general admission tickets going on sale on April 27 at 9am. General admission tickets will cost £210, with a £5 booking fee. In order to buy a resale ticket you must have first registered with a photo at Glastonbury.seetickets.com by 5pm on April 21, reports Digital Spy.
The full festival line-up will be released in April. The acts officially confirmed on the official Glastonbury website so far are Arcade Fire, Dolly Parton, Lily Allen, Disclosure, Blondie, The Black Keys, Lana Del Rey and Warpaint. Arcade Fire are the only confirmed headliners for this year’s festival, and will play on Friday June 27.
William Hill suspended betting in February on Kasabian headlining the Pyramid Stage, while on March 27 Paddy Power made Metallica and Prince joint favourites to headline the Saturday of the festival. However, Emily Eavis recently said that Prince “wasn’t booked this year”.
For UK and international ticket buyers who have paid for their ticket using the deposit scheme, the remaining balance of £160 plus £5 booking fee is due in the first week of April.