TICKET and coach packages for Glastonbury Festival 2023 will go on sale from 6pm today (Thursday, November 3).

General admission tickets will become available from Sunday, November 6 at 9am, with around 200,000 tickets expected to sell out in around 30 minutes.

Glastonbury 2023 will take place between Wednesday, June 21 and Sunday, June 25.

Arctic Monkeys, Harry Styles and Sir Elton John are among the bookies' favourites to perform on the iconic Pyramid Stage.

Tickets for Glastonbury 2023 will cost £335 plus a £5 booking fee, with festival co-organiser Emily Eavis citing rising costs for a hike in ticket prices. 

Festivalgoers have been encouraged to “Go Green! Catch a Coach” for next year's festival “as part of the festival's continued commitment to green travel”.

Ticket and coach packages will be available to buy via glastonbury.seetickets.com.

People who want to travel by coach to the festival can book up to six tickets per transaction. 

They must pay a £50 deposit plus full coach fare when they book their tickets, with the full festival ticket balance due in the first week of April 2023.

A list of coaches fares can be found on the Glastonbury Festival website.

Return coaches from Taunton will cost £41, while single fares from the county town will set festivalgoers back £29. 

Glastonbury Festival ticket registration 

Anyone who wishes to purchase tickets must be registered on the festival's Seetickets website in advance of the sales.

Registration closed at 5pm on Monday, October 31. The next opportunity to submit or re-submit a registration will come after both November ticket sales.

Buying tickets for Glastonbury Festival

Tickets will be sold exclusively through glastonbury.seetickets.com as part of the festival's efforts against ticket touting (buying and reselling at an inflated price).

The festival's website says: “A limited number of people will be given access to the booking site at any one time.

“Whilst you are waiting to access the booking site you will be held at this page until there is a space on the booking site for you to start the booking process.

“The page will automatically refresh to look for space on the booking page every 20 seconds.”

It adds: “Once you reach the first page of the booking site, you will be asked to enter the registration number and registered postcode for the lead booker and up to five other individuals.”

People securing a ticket and coach booking will be asked to choose a departure town and travel time. 

Once they reach the payment page, they will have five minutes to submit the correct information, with time remaining shown on the right-hand side of the screen.

People who are unsuccessful in securing tickets in the November sales will have another chance to book in the spring resales.