With one month until Glastonbury Festival 2013 tickets go on sale – at
9am BST on Sunday, October 7th – we can now confirm that tickets will
cost £205 (+ £5 booking fee per ticket & £6 P&P per order). Entrance
for children aged 12 and under remains free.

The ticket price covers entry to the Festival site from Wednesday 26th
June until Monday 1st July 2013 and, as ever, includes a free
programme. Once again, the Festival will be raising funds for Oxfam,
Wateraid, Greenpeace and a host of local charities and causes (in
2011, more than £2m was raised).


As in 2011, you will be able to book a ticket by paying a £50 deposit
per person, either online at
, from 0844 412 4635 or, for international callers, from +44 1159 934
183. Up to 8 tickets can be bought at once, but there is only one
ticket per registration (so if you’re planning to book for a group,
please make sure that everyone is registered). As a guide for
international buyers, £50 is approximately €63 or $80 (as of Thur 6
Sept). And click
to find out what time 9am BST on October 7th is where you are.


Registration remains free of charge. If you’re not already registered,
then head over to
now to fill in your details and upload your picture (it only takes a
few minutes). You can also check your existing registration now at
, and edit the details at
. Please do all this in advance of Setpember 30th (when registration
will close until after October 7th).


The booking site will then re-open on April 2nd 2013 for UK ticket
buyers (February 25th for international buyers), when you will have a
week to pay your balance and to book everything else you might need
(tipis, campervan tickets, car parking, coach and train travel,
cancellation protection etc).

It will not be possible to pay for a ticket in full in October, when
only deposits will be taken. This will allow people more time to save
for their tickets, knowing that they have secured a booking. It will
also help the Festival to reduce costs, allowing us to give more to
our joint charities.


If you are thinking of coming to Glastonbury 2013 then we heartily
recommend that you head to
to read the full ticket information.

Thank you.

Glastonbury Festival

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