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How to get tickets to next year’s Glastonbury Festival

/ 10:15 PM September 18, 2018

Festival-goers dressed as ‘space cowboys’ strike a pose at the Glastonbury Festival of Music and Performing Arts on Worthy Farm near the village of Pilton in Somerset, south-west England on June 22, 2017. Image: AFP/Oli Scarff via AFP Relaxnews

Glastonbury organizers have revealed how prospective festival-goers can go about scoring tickets to the 2019 event, with first tickets set to go on sale in early October.

After taking a year off to give the land at Worthy Farm a rest, the festival is back on for 2019, when it is scheduled to take place from June 26 to 30.

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The team behind the festival has now revealed that the first tickets will go on sale in two batches: coach + ticket packages will be available on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. United Kingdom time, while general admission tickets will follows starting at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7.

Those trying for tickets will need to register in advance; registration can be done at www.glastonburyregistration.co.uk and closes at noon on Monday, Oct. 1.

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Tickets will cost £248 (about $320) + £5 (about $6.50) booking fee per ticket and, as in previous years, will be sold exclusively at glastonbury.seetickets.com.

Buyers will be able to purchase up to six tickets per transaction and pay a £50 (about $66) deposit per ticket, with the balance due in April 2019. JB

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