When is Glastonbury 2025 and how to get tickets for next year's festival

Festivalgoers at Glastonbury
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Glastonbury Festival is now officially underway for 2024, with hundreds of thousands of people set to descend on Worthy Farm over the coming days.

The major music event sprawls across the site in Somerset, which otherwise operates as a dairy farm, most years. The festival at Worthy Farm usually takes place for four years running, with the fifth year declared "fallow", allowing the land to be rehabilitated.

Organiser Emily Eavis has previously said the festival will likely take a fallow year in 2026 to allow the land to rest. Speaking to the BBC Sidetracked podcast she said: "The fallow year is important ... it gives the cows a chance to stay out for longer and reclaim their land".

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As most people will know, tickets for Glastonbury can be extremely hard to come by, and many disappointed music fans will have missed out again this year. Those people will likely have their fingers crossed for next year.

When is Glastonbury Festival 2025?

While no dates have yet been confirmed, Glastonbury takes place over the final weekend of June. Therefore it is most likely next year's Glastonbury will run from Wednesday, June 25, through to Sunday, June 29.

When it comes to ticket sales, again, no specific dates have yet been given. However, ticket sales usually take place in or around October or November of the year before the festival.

Ticket resales then take place in April, where tickets have been returned and are then resold. This year's resales took place on April 18 and April 21, after original sales went ahead in November - following a delay.

Anyone wanting to get Glastonbury 2025 tickets will have to register to apply for them, and is advised to do so "well in advance".

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