Fans react as final Glastonbury 2024 tickets sell out in 20 minutes

Glastonbury 2024 is officially sold out after the final batch of tickets were taken in 20 minutes in the re-sale this morning (April 21).

The general admission re-sale went live at 9am, consisting of tickets that the original purchasers in November did not pay the balance on in full before the cut-off date in early April.

Glastonbury’s official X account confirmed with a post at 9:22am that all tickets for this year’s festival have now sold out.


Competition was known to be particularly high this year, after Glasto co-organiser Emily Eavis revealed that the festival had seen its “highest percentage of ticket balances paid ever”.

At the equivalent point last year, the re-sale on general tickets sold out in just six minutes.

Some of those that were lucky enough to grab their tickets this morning have been sharing their excitement on social media. Check out some reactions below:


Others, however, were less fortunate:


The festivities return to Worthy Farm near Pilton, Somerset in the final weekend of June, from Wednesday June 26 to Sunday June 30.

The bulk of the Glastonbury 2024 line-up has been shared, with Dua LipaColdplay and SZA set to headline the iconic Pyramid Stage. Shania Twain, meanwhile, will perform in the coveted legends slot on the Sunday. Check out the rest of the bill here.

The festival has also begun to unveil the line-ups for individual stages, including the Acoustic Stage, which will be headlined by Scouting For Girls, Ocean Colour Scene and Gipsy Kings.

This year will also see the debut for the first ever dedicated South Asian stage, named Arrivals. Artists on the line-up include Bobby Friction, Anish Kumar, Nabihah Iqbal and Nikki Nair.

The entire Shangri-La line-up has also been announced, with names including Kneecap, Bob Vylan and Lambrini Girls set to feature.

Those who are looking to volunteer at the festival should note that numerous charities have a presence at the festival and require volunteers across the weekend. In return for your ticket, you’ll be asked to complete shifts across the festival – the length and number of these vary, depending on which charity you attend with. Be warned: you may have to pay a deposit for your ticket, which can be the same price as the entry to the festival. For more information, visit Glastonbury’s jobs page.

Oxfam also put out a call for charity volunteers at Glastonbury 2024, as well as music fans to help out at Reading & Leeds, Download and more.