How much Glastonbury 2024 tickets cost - including coach prices, car park or campervan passes and tipis

Festival fans have one last chance to get their hands on Glastonbury tickets this week -Credit:Rowan Griffiths / Daily Mirror
Festival fans have one last chance to get their hands on Glastonbury tickets this week -Credit:Rowan Griffiths / Daily Mirror

Glastonbury fans will have their final chance to get their hands on tickets for the 2024 event as two resales takes place this week.

The legendary festival returns to Worthy Farm on June 26, with hundreds of thousands of music lovers descending on the Somerset site for the five-day bash.

It was revealed back in March that Glastonbury veterans Coldplay, and first-timers Dua Lipa and American singer Sza, will all headline the Pyramid Stage at this year's festival, with country singer Shania Twain taking the Sunday afternoon legends slot.

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Tickets initially went on sale in November and were snapped up in a matter of minutes. Festival-goers had to pay a £75 deposit at the time, before settling their balance during the first week of April.

Anyone who didn't pay their ticket balance by the deadline has now lost their ticket. But it's good news for anyone who missed out the first time around as those unsold tickets will go back on sale this week, giving fans one last chance to snap one up.

The first ticket resale will be for coach packages - which include a festival ticket as well as coach travel from one of a number of UK cities. Coach tickets will go on sale at 6pm on Thursday, April 18.

A general sale of standard tickets will then take place at 9am on Sunday, April 21. This time around, customers will have to pay the full price of their ticket or coach package upfront.

Admission to Glastonbury Festival has risen steeply over the years, with some criticising the festival for upping its prices last year. Back in 1979, in the very early years of the festival, tickets cost a fiver - but attendees will have to fork out more than £350 for the festival this year.

Here's what you can expect to pay for a ticket, as well as any extras you might need such as car parking passes or pre-erected accommodation.

How much are Glastonbury festival tickets?

Festival-goers for the 2024 event will be charged £355 plus a £5 booking fee for a standard ticket. You'll also have to pay for secure delivery of a general admission ticket at £9.95 per order.

This year's ticket price has seen a £20 increase from last year’s event. The festival cost £335 plus a £5 booking fee in 2023, which was up £55 from the 2022 price of £285.

During the main sale in November, customers paid just a £75 deposit when they purchased their ticket, before paying the rest of the ticket price earlier this month. However, any tickets purchased in the resale have to be paid for in full.

That means if you're buying tickets for a large group, you'll want to make sure you've got the funds to cover the total cost before you try and purchase tickets. Any mistakes or delays at the booking stage could see you booted off the page and cost you and your group your tickets. You can read more about the rules around buying tickets here.

How much are coach packages?

If you are buying a coach ticket on Thursday evening, you have to pay the price of your coach travel on top of the price of your festival ticket. There are one-way or return travel options and you can choose between a departure day of Wednesday or Thursday from one of several major cities including Manchester, London or Bristol.

Return coach tickets range from £44 (Bristol) to £151 (Edinburgh). One-way tickets are available from five destinations - Bath (£24), Bristol (£24), London (£40), Reading (£35) and Taunton (£29). You can find the full list of prices on the Glastonbury website here.

Coldplay will be back on the Pyramid Stage for their fifth headline slot this year
Coldplay will be back on the Pyramid Stage for their fifth headline slot this year

Festival-goers who have booked a coach package will not receive their festival ticket until they are on the coach. That means there is no ticket delivery fee, but you will have to pay a £2.75 e-Ticket fee per order for your coach ticket.

How much are car park and campervan passes?

If you want to drive to the festival you will need to purchase a car parking pass so you can park your vehicle on site. A car parking pass costs £55 and can be purchased when you book your ticket.

If you want to bring a campervan or a caravan you need a different pass that lets you pitch up in the designated campervan areas. Campervan tickets for 2024 cost £200 for a standard pitch or £300 for a large pitch.

Passes are only available to general admission ticket holders, not people on coach packages.

How much are tipis?

For people who don't want to camp, Glastonbury has an area of pre-erected tipis that can be hired for the weekend. The festival's Tipi Village offers pre-erected 18-foot tents that can accommodate up to six adults.

A tipi for Glastonbury Festival 2024 costs £1,750 to hire for the weekend - and that does not include the cost of your festival ticket. A resale for tipi hire will take place at 11am on Sunday, April 21.