2018 may have been a fallow year, with no festival taking place, but Glasto is coming back for 2019 as usual, so it's time to start thinking about tickets and the latest lineup rumours.

Glastonbury 2019 dates

The Glastonbury 2019 dates are 26-30 June, 2019 (with the main stages open on 28 June).

Glastonbury 2019 lineup rumours

It's going to be a while before the official lineup is confirmed but that doesn't stop there being rumours about who will play and headline.

Michael Eavis has hinted that some of the biggest acts who will play Glastonbury 2019 will include "two or three that have never played".

This means that 2019 could be the year for a number of bands, many of which it's hard to believe have never graced the stage at Glastonbury. They include Led Zepplin, Fleetwood Mac, The Beach Boys, Elton John and The Stone Roses.

Elton John has said: "I don't think I am a Glastonbury type of act, but having said that I played Bestival and had a great time...so we'll see."

There are also more modern pop artists that could headline such as Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar.

Glastonbury 2019 tickets and registration

The first thing you need to do to be in with a chance of getting tickets for Glastonbury 2019 is register, but we're afraid registration for this year has closed - so if you missed it, you'll have to wait for next year.

If you have registered, remember that this does not guarantee any tickets. It merely means you're registered for when tickets do on sale. You'll need your registration number to buy tickets and you can do it online or by phone.

The first batch of Glastonbury 2019 tickets have already sold out - they're the packages including coach travel. General admission tickets will then be available this Sunday, 7 October at 9am.

Go to glastonbury.seetickets.com to buy them.

The organisation warns to watch out for fake tickets. All official tickets are sold via See Tickets so do not buy any from anywhere else.

Glastonbury 2019 Price

Tickets cost £248 with a £5 booking fee - a £10 increase on 2017, though you only have to pay a £50 deposit per person up front, with the remainder due by April 2019.The ticket price includes entry and access to more than 100 stages, five nights camping, a programme, mini guide, phone charging and more.