Hold Onto Your Hats, The Glastonbury Ticket Resale Dates Have Been Announced

Glastonbury Festival crowd
Glastonbury is supposedly taking a 'fallow year' in 2018 (Getty Images)

Glastonbury 2017 tickets sold out within an hour, but the resale dates have finally been announced.

Festival lovers will get another chance to attend this year’s event, with ticket and coach packages going on sale at 6pm on Thursday 20 April and general admission tickets at 9am on Sunday 23 April – so make sure the dates are in your diary.

The resale haul come from the 200,000 current ticket holders who failed to pay off the remainder of their balance by Friday 7 April, and you still have to register to buy if you haven’t already.

Those who have already registered will be automatically eligible, while new customers will need to grab a passport picture and get online here.

Unlike the original release in October, there is no option to pay a deposit the second time around. The full ticket price of £238 will need to be paid there and then, along with a £5 booking fee, so make sure you have the funds ready and waiting.

This year’s headline acts have already been confirmed for Glastonbury, with the Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry all taking to the main stage.

It’s definitely not one to miss. Good luck, guys.

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