Here’s The Glastonbury 2024 Line Up In Full

By Ellie Smith

3 months ago

The journey to securing tickets starts now


Did you manage to snag tickets for the UK’s largest annual music festival? Well done you. It’s notoriously hard to secure a spot at Glastonbury, which returns to Worthy Farm in June 2024. Nonetheless, you have to be in it to win it – and if you missed out in November, you’ll be pleased to hear there’s another chance to bag a spot in April with the official resale. If you’re someone who likes to know the line up before you commit, we’ve got all the details you need. Here’s the full Glastonbury 2024 line up, plus how to get your paws on tickets.

The Full Line Up For Glastonbury 2024

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA are headlining Glastonbury 2024 with Shania Twain taking the coveted ‘legend slot’. They will all perform on the famed Pyramid stage, and it’s the first time in history that women have taken two of the three headlining slots.

Elsewhere, 13-piece boyband Seventeen will be the first K-pop group to perform on Glastonbury’s main stage, while the Sugababes – who attracted a massive crowd in 2022, so much so the area had to be closed off, despite performing at the same time as Billie Eilish – will return to Worthy Farm on the larger West Holts stage. Pop stars Avril Lavigne, Cyndi Lauper and Camila Cabello will all make their Glastonbury debuts, while classic Glasto acts Idles, Disclosure and The National will all make a return.

Here’s the line-up in full.

Pyramid Stage

  • LCD Soundsystem
  • PJ Harvey
  • Cyndi Lauper
  • Janelle Monae
  • Michael Kiwanuka
  • Olivia Dean

Other Stage

  • D-Block Europe
  • The Streets
  • Anne-Marie
  • The Last Dinner Party
  • Headie One
  • Bloc Party

West Holts

  • Jungle
  • Jessie Ware
  • Justice
  • Heilung
  • Nia Archives
  • Brittany Howard

Woodsies

  • Jamie xx
  • Gossip
  • Sampha
  • Sleaford Mods
  • Declan McKenna
  • Romy

The Park

  • Fontaines DC
  • Peggy Gou
  • London Grammar
  • King Krule
  • Orbital
  • The Breeders

And…

  • Honey Dijon
  • DJ Spen
  • Eliza Rose
  • Bonobo
  • Skream & Benga
  • Faithless
  • Flowerovlove

And more to be announced…

 

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Can I Still Get Glastonbury Tickets?

Interested? Luckily there’s still a chance to secure coveted Glastonbury tickets with the official resale. It will take place towards the end of April 2024, allowing punters to scoop up tickets from original buyers who haven’t paid their full balance by the cut-off date. Their loss is you gain, I guess.

Tickets went on sale on 16 November (including coach travel) and 19 November (general admission) and sold out within an hour – so competition will definitely be tight for the resale. If you’re not already registered for tickets, this is where your journey ends: everyone needed to register way back in October to be in with a chance of bagging tickets.

Tickets are sold solely by SeeTickets (glastonbury.seetickets.com), so make sure you steer clear of touters.

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When Is The Resale?

The resale will take place in April 2024 – but no news on specific dates just yet.

How Much Are Glastonbury Tickets?

Glastonbury tickets in 2024 cost £355 plus a £5 booking fee – a £20 increase from 2022, which cost £335 plus a £5 booking fee.

When Is Glastonbury 2024?

26 June–30 June 2024

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Top Tips For Getting A Ticket

We all have that one friend who seems to get tickets every year, and while there’s clearly an element of luck involved, there are some things you can do to up your chances.

  • Consider setting up a syndicate with a group of up to six people, so you can all try and secure tickets for the group. If you’re feeling advanced, you can join with other groups: then, if you or someone in your group secures tickets for your six, you can start trying for the other group/s.
  • Organisation is key. Check your Wi-Fi connection, and ensure you have all your details ready – plus anyone you’re trying to get tickets for. You’ll need full names, registration numbers and postcodes. Pop them on a Google Doc so you can copy and paste them across, and create a WhatsApp group to keep everyone updated.
  • Make sure you have enough money on your card. If you’re lucky enough to make it through, then your card fails at the crucial moment, you’ll never forgive yourself. Remember you’ll need enough to cover the booking fee for everyone in your group.
  • While some people argue for opening multiple tabs, the official Glastonbury advice is to use just one tab.

Find out more at glastonburyfestivals.co.uk