Having previously announced headliners Radiohead (Fri), Foo Fighters (Sat) and Ed Sheeran (Sun) as well as Kris Kristofferson,Glastonbury Festival has dropped it’s first 2017 line up poster. Acts include The xx, Biffy Clyro, Katy Perry, Barry Gibb, Haim, The Jacksons, London Grammar, First Aid Kit and many more…
Glastonbury 2017 will take place 21st-25th June 2017 at Worthy Farm, Pilton.
Tickets have already sold out. But there is always the resale of unwanted tickets, as well as the opportunity to work the festival for a number of charities and companies. Unpaid and paid opportunities are available with different shift patterns and chances to experience the festival.
If you have paid a deposit for either a general admission ticket or a coach package for the 2017 Festival, your balance payment is due between 9am on Saturday 1st April and 11.59pm on Friday 7th April 2017. You can pay your balance here.
There will be a resale of any cancelled tickets later in April.
Glastonbury Festival recently announced the 120 acts on the longlist for our EMERGING TALENT COMPETITION 2017, which is supported by PRS for Music and the PRS for Music Foundation.More info here
These acts will now be whittled down to a shortlist of just 8 acts who will compete at April’s live finals for a slot on one of the main stages at this year’s Festival. The winners of the competition will also be awarded a £5,000 PRS for Music Foundation Talent Development prize, to help take their songwriting and performing to the next level. Two runners-up will also each be awarded a £2,500 PRS for Music Foundation Talent Development prize.
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