Glastonbury 2020 dates, registration info, ticket sales and line-up rumours
25 October 2019, 13:14 | Updated: 13 February 2020, 12:36
Find out everything you need to know about the festival including how to register and when you can buy tickets.
Glastonbury 2019 - which saw Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure headline - was the festival's biggest year yet.
And now rumours are already swirling around about who will headline the festival's 50th anniversary.
With 2020 set to be a big year with even bigger surprises in store, organisers have already revealed details of how fans can get tickets for next year's Glastonbury festival.
Find out everything we know about the Glasto 2020 so far including the dates it's taking place, how to register, when tickets go on sale and who's expected to perform.
When does Glastonbury Festival 2020 take place?
According to their official website, Glastonbury 2020 will take place from 24-28 June 2020.
How do you register for Glastonbury tickets?
Registrations after the general sale tickets sold out on Sunday 6 October and will be open again on 1 November 2019.
Once that happens you can register here Register here
When do Glastonbury 2020 tickets go on sale?
Music fans will now have two more opportunities to buy tickets during the April resale.
The dates of the resale are Thursday 16th April 2020 for coach tickets followed by Sunday 19th April 2020 for general sale tickets.
How much do Glastonbury tickets cost?
According to the organisers’ official site, tickets for Glastonbury 2020 will cost £265 plus booking fee. A £50 deposit per person (plus coach fare if you’re booking a coach package) needs to be paid in October. The balance is payable in the first week of April 2020.
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Who is playing Glastonbury 2020?
So far, Sir Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift have been confirmed as the first headliners for Glastonbury Festival, playing the Saturday and Sunday night respectively.
Lana Del Rey has also been confirmed by Emily Eavis to play the Pyramid Stage, but it is not yet clear when she will play or whether it will be a headline set.
Meanwhile, Diana Ross has been confirmed for the coveted Sunday Legends slot on the Pyramid Stage, following in the footsteps of the likes of Barry Gibb, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie and Kylie Minogue.
So far there are a few legends in the frame to play the festival.
It appears that more artists have been ruled out of the festival as Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac and Elton John all appear to have been taken out of the running for 2020.
On top of that, Queen's Brian May has just explained why the legendary rocker's WON'T be playing Worthy farm and Pete Townshend says The Who haven't been asked.
READ MORE: See Radio X's full list of Glastonbury 2020 line-up rumours here