It only seems like five minutes since we were watching the likes of Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure delivering their memorable Glastonbury 2019 sets, but talk is already turning to the 2020 festival.
Next years event at Worthy Farm is set to be extra-special as the festival will be celebrating its 50th anniversary – and the first ticket packages for 2020 are set to go on sale at 6pm today.
It follows the deadline for registration for next years festival earlier in the week, which has now passed – but can you still be in with a chance of getting Glasto tickets even if you didnt register in time?
Heres what you need to know on that front…
Can you still register for Glastonbury 2020?
If you havent already registered for Glastonbury 2020 then unfortunately you are too late to do so.
Registration for next years festival closed at 5pm on Monday ahead of ticket sales kicking off.
Can you get Glastonbury 2020 tickets without registering?
Sadly not, as only those who have registered will be eligible to buy tickets when they go on sale.
As Glastonbury organisers explain on the official website, registration is required as part of their ongoing efforts against ticket touting.
When do tickets for Glastonbury 2020 go on sale and how much are they?
The coach and ticket packages, which include transport to the festival, go on sale at 6pm today.
The general admission tickets, which do not include transport, go on sale at 9am on Sunday 6 October.
Tickets cost £265 per person plus a £5 booking fee – of which a £50 deposit (plus coach fare if buying a coach package) is payable upon booking, with the balance due by the first week of April 2020.
All tickets will be sold exclusively at glastonbury.seetickets.com – no other tickets will be valid.
Its also worth noting that being registered does not guarantee you will get tickets, as the festival tends to sell out pretty quickly – and 2020 is set to be no exception.
If you are planning to buy tickets for other people, they will need to be registered also – and youll need to have their registration numbers and postcodes to hand when booking.