The price will see an increase of £55 over the previous pricing from the last Festival in 2022.
Glastonbury organisers have now confirmed the price of tickets for the 2023 festival.
After updating the official website earlier this afternoon (Monday, 17th October), we now know that tickets to Glastonbury 2023 will cost £335 + £5 booking fee, of which a £50 deposit is payable when booking in November, with the balance payable in the first week of April 2023.
If you are booking a Coach + Ticket Package, you’ll also need to add the coach fare, as detailed in the table below.
Campervan tickets for 2023 will cost £150 for a standard pitch or £250 for a large pitch.
Further information about booking campervan/caravan tickets will be released, alongside Worthy View/Sticklinch accommodation information, later in the Autumn.
The 2023 ticket price will see an increase of £55 over the previous pricing from the last Festival in 2022, which was £280 (excluding the £5 booking fee) – Keeping in mind those tickets were bought in 2019 for 2020 and then rolled over to 2022 due to the worldwide pandemic.
The Glastonbury Festival ticket includes:
- Entry to the Festival, with over 3,000 performances
- Five nights camping (with no early entry fees)
- Free programme
- Free miniguide
- Free mobile phone charging
- Free on-site newspaper
- Free mobile app
- Free firewood
- Kidzfield, where all entertainment, rides and activities are free of charge
- Support for Oxfam, Greenpeace, WaterAid and hundreds of other worthy causes (£2m given annually in recent years)
- Funds to improve the Festival’s infrastructure and environmental impact
This ticket cost confirmation comes after just last month Glasto officials also announced the Glastonbury 2023 ticket sale dates, which will go up for grabs one month later than usual this year and be split into two separate days.
Coach + Ticket Packages will go on sale at 6pm GMT on Thursday, 3rd November, while General Admission tickets are set to go on sale at 9am GMT on Sunday, 6th November.
These sales will then be followed by a resale of any unpaid and/or cancelled tickets sometime in the Spring of 2023 (March/April).
As part of Glastonbury’s ongoing efforts against ticket touting, anyone who would like to attend next year’s Festival will need to have registered in advance.
As in previous years, registration remains free of charge and only takes a few minutes at glastonburyregistration.co.uk.
Those who have already registered in the past can also check their existing registration here.
Please note that registration will close at 5pm GMT on Monday, 31st October, after which there will be no opportunity to submit/re-submit a registration until after the November ticket sales.
In addition to the ticket sales, some other opportunities for getting to Glastonbury include entering competitions, working at the Festival and volunteering – once those options make themselves available.
To learn more about registration, the sale process and how you can maximise your chances of getting Glastonbury 2023 tickets, click here.
Don’t be fooled
Glastonbury Festival would very much like fans to be aware that there are people out there who will try and sell fake Glastonbury tickets to unsuspecting, willing and innocent potential purchasers.
Although Glasto-veterans who have been going to the Festival for quite some time may recognise these scams for what they are, newcomers might not.
Therefore, please remember that tickets are only sold on one site, which is: glastonbury.seetickets.com– any other site claiming to sell tickets for the Festival is not authentic.
For more info and the full Terms & Conditions please visit the official website.
Glastonbury 2023 will take place at its natural home in Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset, from Wednesday the 21st to Sunday the 25th of June.
As with every Glastonbury-year, the speculation about who might play the legendary festival is always very high, and with the 2023 Festival fast approaching the Glasto Rumour Mill has already begun to spin.
Although the first line-up poster doesn’t usually get revealed by Glastonbury organisers until the beginning of March, there are many artists who ‘self-confirm’ prior to the official announcements by divulging the news during interviews, via social media or website listings – alongside the expected evergrowing rumours.
Some of the big-name acts to be rumoured for a possible performance at Glastonbury 2023 so far include Spice Girls, Arctic Monkey, Elton John, Robbie Williams and Roxy Music – who are speculated to be strong contenders to play the coveted Sunday afternoon Teatime Legends Slot at next year’s Festival.