This year’s Glastonbury Festival tickets’ resale would take place in May. The 7 day ticket balance payment time for those who paid a deposit in earlier October would open on 1st April. Earlier years, the tickets that are struck down or refunded would go into a resale split over 2 days. Ticket and Coach packages would go on sale on 24th April, Thursday, at 7pm. Normal admission tickets would go on sale on 27th April, 9 am, priced at £ 210 + £ 5 booking fee.
Glastonbury Festival Twitter page said: “For those of you asking, our line-up will be announced in April (which is when it’s usually revealed). It’s looking good!”
There is no deposit program for tickets purchased in the resale. Tickets purchased in the resale might be refunded till 9th May. People, who would buy, must be registered to buy a ticket. People who are not yet signed up can do so at Glastonbury Registration site by 21st April at 5 pm.
Meanwhile, Prince and Metallica are joint faves to join Arcade Fire as Glastonbury music festival headliners this year, stated the bookmakers. Rumors suggests that the United States heavy metal band would perform on Pyramid Stage later in June have been prevalent in recent months, mainly after drummer Lars Ulrich called the concert as the one festival to elude them previous October.
While speaking to a leading music television, he told that every year there is probably less chance of them doing it than the previous year, but it just looks like it would be a fun night out.