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Glastonbury Festival 2021 – all about dates, line-up, and how to get tickets

As the festival summer of 2020 got turned upside down by the corona virus crisis, almost no festivals will take place this year anymore. However, this does not mean that we can’t already get excited for all the amazing festivals that will return in 2021! In this article you can read all facts about the upcoming Glastonbury Festival 2021.

Glastonbury Festival 2021 how to get tickets

Despite the current coronavirus pandemic ruining all our summer plans, a new glimpse of hope arose on the festival horizon. Even though the 50th anniversary of our beloved Glastonbury Festival had to be cancelled, the most famous festival in the UK will return in 2021! This means we have double the time to raise our anticipation. Glastonbury Festival 2021 will surely be the biggest belated birthday party of the year in the UK. 
If you have already bought tickets for this year’s edition, you can keep them as they will simply roll over to next year.

Next year, the Glastonbury Festival is scheduled to take place from 23rd to 27th June 2021. If you haven’t already bought a ticket for 2020 you can get your tickets for 2021 later this year in October. Please make sure to register here before buying your tickets. 

Regarding the line-up there are still no official announcement as it is still a too early. It is also still not clear, if the line-up will stay the same as planned for 2020. For the festival’s anniversary mega stars like Paul McCartney, Kendrick LamarTaylor Swift and Diana Ross were expected to perform. As soon as the acts for 2021 will be announced, we will of course keep you up to date about that. You can sign up for our Glastonbury Festival 2021 Ticket Alert in order not to miss any news regarding the festival: 

Glastonbury Festival 2021 Ticket Alert 

 

Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest, most famous and most popular music and arts festivals in the world. No matter if pop, rock, hip hop or techno: At Glastonbury Festival you can dance to almost every genre you like. The festival was founded in 1970 as a little hippie festival on a farm. Today, almost 200.000 people visit the festival to enjoy music, art and culture. 2020 is the third time the annual festival had to be cancelled – the last times were in 2012 and 2018.

To bridge the long waiting time until next year, enjoy this amazing performance of Billie Eilish at the Glastonbury Festival 2019: