Summer is almost over and who would have thought the only sun we’d see would be down on Worthy Farm. After another glorious Glastonbury, we’re already counting down the days until next year’s festival. As ever, the rumour mills are turning about who could headline Glastonbury in 2024.
Ahead of any concrete announcements from Family Eavis, this is what we know and what we’ve deduced about next year’s festival.
When is Glastonbury 2024?
26-30 June 2024.
Where will Glastonbury 2024 take place?
The same place as ever: Worthy Farm, Somerset. The nearest train station is Castle Cary.
How can I register for Glastonbury 2024 tickets?
Registration is done via the official Glastonbury website (the only place it’s possible to buy tickets). If you haven’t registered since 2010, you will need to sign up anew.
How much will tickets cost?
TBC but this year’s festival cost £335 plus a £5 booking fee for general admission full weekend tickets. You can pay a £50 deposit for your ticket and pay it off in instalments until the first week of April 2024, when the balance must be paid in full.
When do tickets go on sale?
The official website is yet to announce the date but it’s usually in October.
How many tickets can I buy?
Each person is able to buy six Glastonbury tickets but you must supply the names of each person you are buying for at the point of purchase and each person must already be registered.
Who is going to headline Glastonbury 2024?
The favourite was Taylor Swift – a confirmed booking for the 2020 festival which was cancelled due to COVID. She is the only one of that year’s headliners who is yet to return but some late additions to the UK and European leg of her Eras Tour means she’s almost certainly ruled out.
Harry Styles feels like a safe bet, having headlined Coachella in 2022 and being capable of pulling stadium level crowds. But Emily Eavis did say she had at least two confirmed female headliners for 2024. Is Harry the third spot?
Madonna has never topped the Pyramid Stage but recent health issues may have ruled her out. Watch this space.
What about the rest of the lineup?
There’s nothing announced just yet but we’re hopeful to see boygenius tour ‘The Record‘, Lorde bring her eclectic new live show (and a new album?) to Worthy Farm, Arlo Parks to serenade us in the late afternoon and Olivia Rodrigo to top her iconic Glastonbury debut in 2022 with a new album. In fact, Olivia Rodrigo does have a Glastonbury-shaped hole in her GUTS tour dates that will see her in the UK around the time of the festival.
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