Tickets for Glastonbury 2023 will go on sale in early November, organisers have revealed.
It feels like this years extravaganza has only just come to an end, but music fans are already looking ahead to 2023 – and bookies already have their favourites as to who’s going to perform.
Fans will be able to purchase coach and ticket packages for next year’s Glastonbury from 6pm on Thursday November 3, with standard becoming available at 9am on Sunday November 6.
The iconic annual music event will return to Worthy Farm in Somerset on Wednesday June 21 and run until Sunday June 25, it was previously announced.
Potential attendees must register in advance of purchasing, in an ongoing bid by organisers to stop touts from buying up swathes of tickets and selling them on for massively inflated prices.
While the line-up has yet to be revealed for 2023, Roxy Music have been rumoured to be filling the Sunday tea-time legends slot.
There are plenty of other rumours flying around, with the Online Betting Guide () announcing that Sir Elton John is the clear favourite to headline the next Glastonbury.
The Rocketman star has odds of 13/8 to take to the Pyramid Stage as a headliner, which would mark his first-ever appearance at the festival.
Sir Elton is followed closely by Taylor Swift – who had been set to headline the 2020 festival before it was cancelled due to… well, we all know.
Taylor is 7/4 to headline the 2023 edition, while Harry Styles, fresh off the back of a worldwide stadium tour and ahead of the release of two major films, is booked at 2/1 to dazzle the Pyramid Stage.
There are plenty of other names being whispered as potential headliners, though the odds begin t drop: Guns N; Roses, Dua Lipa, Bruce Springsteen and The 1975 are all being counted as possibilities.
And as much as we’d all love to see The Spice Girls, Adele or Beyonce headline Glasto, their odds are much higher, with OLBG giving stats of a high 33/1.
This year’s edition of Glastonbury marked its return after two years of cancellations caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sir Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar and Billie Eilish headlined as the event made a triumphant return, finally marking its 50th anniversary.
Robbie Williams also recently told the BBC he would like to fill the legends slot.
He said: ‘Yeah, that’d be cool!
‘Actually, I’d like to do that. I’d like another go round on that stage and feel that audience and get the chance to do it.’