The largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world – Glastonbury Festival is truly unique. Taking place on Worthy Farm, a beautiful 900 acre site in the Vale of Avalon, Glastonbury offers a festival experience like no other. From humble beginnings as a hippy festival in 1970, year after year the spirit and diversity of Glastonbury draws in record numbers, with world renowned artists lining up to be a part of something special. With over 800 live acts on over 80 stages in the three day extravaganza, there is something for everybody and every vibe. Glastonbury is the festival experience and whilst we might not be able to guarantee the weather, the 44th Anniversary is undoubtedly set to be another landmark year in festival history.
GLASTONBURY 2017 GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
To obtain tickets for Glastonbury Festival you must register via the Glastonbury Festival website. Failure to follow the registration instructions correctly will lead to rejection, you will be notified if this occurs; however we would advise that you check your registration prior to tickets going on sale to ensure your registration has been accepted.
Disclaimer: Please note that Sincura Tickets do not buy or sell any General Admission Tickets to Glastonbury Festival. This activity is illegal and photographic ID has been introduced to reduce the resale of these tickets. We are not an official partner of Glastonbury.
GLASTONBURY 2017 VIP HOSPITALITY TICKETS
VIP Hospitality Tickets are not usually available to the public and are reserved for the performers, the music industry and VIP guests.
Your VIP Tickets gives you access to festival as a whole (you do not need to register or buy normal festival tickets) plus access to the VIP areas including the performers’ and managers’ area, with private bars and food stalls plus VIP toilets (very important!). It is your opportunity to mingle with celebs, media and other VIP’s. It also includes access to the VIP campsite with showerblocks. in a special area dedicated to just VIP ticket holders.
Aimed for those members that want access to the most exclusive tickets and to attend the leading events. Benefits include access to VIP-only tickets, your own dedicated Tickets Concierge Manager for sourcing tickets at trade prices, latest news and offers before the public. Plus you will receive a special events diary at the start of each month with over 300 of the most exclusive events in your city - from fashion and restaurant launches to music and sport.
You can enjoy free tickets throughout the year from Chelsea Flower Show and Wembley football internationals to our film club with invitations to private screening evenings and tickets to film premieres and galas.. If the events are your thing then you can join our VIP package with complimentary invitations to our exclusive member events including London Fashion Week, Polo, Royal Ascot Ladies Day and The Proms..
MAP OF THE GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL SITE
Ed Sheeran has announced that he will headline this summer’s Glastonbury Festival. Sheeran is the third and final Pyramid Stage headliner to be confirmed, joining Friday night headliners Radiohead and Foo Fighters, who will play the Saturday night leg.
Adding to this Glastonbury revealed 88 of the acts playing this year's event. Pop star Katy Perry will make her debut at the festival, following a clutch of politically-charged performances at this year's Grammys and Brit Awards. Grime will feature prominently, with Stormzy, Kano and Wiley all playing.
And Barry Gibb follows in the footsteps of Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers by taking Sunday evening's "legend slot". The Bee Gees star appeared at the festival last year, duetting with Chris Martin on Stayin' Alive and To Love Somebody during Coldplay's headline set.
THE LINE UP
On March 30, the first line up announcement was made, with Katy Perry, The National, Lorde and The xx all joining in to play. Here’s the lineup in full:
The BBC has extended its coverage of Glastonbury festival until at least 2022.
The broadcaster has covered the annual Worthy Farm event since 1997, with its coverage extending in scope each year. Live performances and insights from the festival are now available to watch or listen to on the BBC’s TV, online and radio channels, with 25 hours of TV coverage alone registered last year.
The BBC’s Music branch has now announced that it will continue to cover Glastonbury until at least 2022, with a new five-year deal in place.
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