Glastonbury Festival returns this summer with its first live event since 2019.
The annual music festival has been forced to cancel both its 2020 and 2021 events due to the pandemic. 2020 will be the 50th anniversary of the Somerset music event.
Although the event is officially sold out, thanks to the deposit from the 2019 event, there is still a chance to get tickets to this year’s party at Worthy Farm.
Learn more below…
When are tickets on sale?
Any tickets that are not paid in full within the payment period will go on sale again in March.
Bus tickets will go on sale again on Thursday evening, March 24.
General admission tickets will go on sale again on Sunday, March 27.
If you have paid the deposit
If you’re lucky enough to deposit a Glastonbury ticket in 2019 – congratulations!
You must pay the balance on your ticket during the first week of March, with official opening hours extending from Tuesday, March 1 at AM to Monday, March 7 at 11:59 PM.
If this balance is not paid by this last day, the ticket will be canceled and you will be refunded £25 of your £50 deposit.
Who is performing?
Although the full list of performers has yet to be announced, the 20-year-old girl Billie Eilish has officially been confirmed as one of the titles.
Brit Little Simz Award-winning artist and US singer Diana Ross are the only two other artists added to the official payout, with Ross set to perform in Legends slot.
Other rumors include possible performances by Kendrick Lamar and Paul McCartney.
You can watch all the rumored acts this.
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