GLASTONBURY Festival is making a limited number of returned campervan and pre-erected tent passes available to ticketholders in a resale on Friday.

The festival is making its long-awaited return to Worthy Farm after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic. 

The world's largest greenfield festival will be held between Wednesday, June 22 and Sunday, June 26, with stage and area line-ups being announced every few days in the lead-up to the event. 

They are being added to earlier headliner announcements which confirmed that Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney, and Kendrick Lamar will top the bill on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night respectively. 

Other confirmed acts include Lorde, Olivia Rodrigo, Sam Fender, Pet Shop Boys, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Diana Ross, and Calvin Harris

Tickets for the festival - which started at £280 with a £5 booking fee - have now sold out. 

Ticketholders will be able to purchase returned pre-erected tent and campervan passes from Friday at 12pm via the festival's See Tickets website

A Glastonbury spokesperson said: “There will be a limited accommodation resale for ticketholders of any returned pre-erected tents and campervan passes on Friday at noon.”

Campervan pitches start at £125 and are only available to general admission ticket holders. 

There are two pre-erected camping fields: Worthy View and Sticklinch.

This accommodation option was introduced as part of the festival's “continued commitment to reducing waste”.

The festival's website says: “Both campsites offer unpretentious, custom-made and pre-erected festival accommodation a short walk from the festival site for those who would like to have a tent ready and waiting for them on arrival at the festival and nothing to carry home but their bags.”