Missed out on Glastonbury Festival tickets? You still have a chance to go to Glasto; It’s called the Glastonbury 2019 Ticket Resale!
The return of Glastonbury Festival is set to take place on June 2019, after 2018 saw one of the biggest music events in the British calendar take its traditional year off (aka a “fallow year”) – in order to let the land and wildlife recover.
All tickets for Glastonbury 2019 have already sold out, after an estimated 2 million people had two opportunities to buy over 100,000 tickets back in October (2018).
If you are one of those who have done the research, registered on the official Glastonbury website, got up early on that dreaded Sunday morning and sat poised ready with every electronic device you own for the moment that ticket sales open… and still didn’t manage to get a hold of the golden ticket snitch – do not despair, you will have another chance to try for tickets in the resale.
When is the Glastonbury 2019 Ticket Resale?[mks_pullquote align=”center” width=”623″ size=”18″ bg_color=”#FFE335″ txt_color=”#333″] After the balance payments window, there will be a resale of any returned coach packages on Thursday 25th April, followed by a general admission resale on Sunday 28th April.[/mks_pullquote]
Although the official resale dates have yet to be announced, both the official Glastonbury website and festival organiser Emily Eavis, daughter of founder Michael Eavis have confirmed that the Glastonbury 2019 Ticket Resale will happen in April 2019.
Anyone who bought a ticket will have paid a deposit of £50, and will be required to pay the rest of the ticket price by April (from 9am Monday 1st April – 11.59pm Sunday 7th April 2019).
Those who change their minds about going (for whatever unthinkable reason that might be), or find themselves unable to attend, will have the opportunity to advise Glastonbury and get some of their £50 refunded, minus a £20 administration fee (If the ticket was booked with a Coach Package, then an additional £20 will be retained).
The festival organisers will then go ahead and put forward these cancelled tickets for resales which usually takes place over a two day period in April – see previous resale year dates below:
20 April (Thu): Coach Resale
23 April (Sun): General Resale
14 April (Thu): Coach Resale
17 April (Sun): General Resale
16 April (Thu): Coach Resale
19 April (Sun): General Resale
24 April (Thu): Coach Resale
27 April (Sun): General Resale
21 April (Sun): Resale
17 April (Sun): Resale
11 April (Sun): Resale
With resale tickets set to be released only once deposits are refunded, and going by historical data, we can make an educated guess that coach tickets will probably go on resale on Thursday, 11 April from 6pm with general sale tickets on Sunday, 14 April from 9am. If not, they’re sure to take place either the following Thursday, 18 April for coach tickets and Sunday, 21 April for general resale tickets, or Thursday, 25 April for coach and Sunday, 28 April for general.
How much will Glastonbury tickets cost?
In 2019, General Admission tickets will cost £248 + £5 booking fee.
Do I have to register?
Yes. Only people who registered to buy tickets and have a unique registration number (associated to their photo ID) will be eligible for these resale tickets.
If you haven’t already registered, you can do so HERE.
Do I have to pay the full ticket amount straight away?
Yes. Tickets will have to be paid for in full (£248 + a £5 booking fee).
Glastonbury 2019 will run from Wednesday, June 26, 2019, till Sunday, June 30.Advertisement