The regstration process for Glastonbury Festival is now open, meaning you can book your place at Worthy Farm earlier than ever before.
However, you will not be able to actually buy tickets until 5 October, when registered fans will be invited to buy up to six tickets.
The festival, which struggled to sell out last year, will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset, from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th June, with ticket holders invited onto the site from the Wedneday morning (24th).
You can register HERE now and will need to supply your contact details and a passport size photograph before you are given a registration number to quote when buying your ticket(s).
Now in its second year, the purpose of registration is to stop touts buying up batches of tickets and selling them on. Your photo will appear on the actual ticket for when you pass through the gates.
And for the first time ever this year fans will be able to put down a £50 deposit, rather than pay the whole amount of £175 in one chunk. The remaining balance will need to be paid any time before 1 February.
Everyone aged 13 or over needs to register, including the extra members of your party, while 12 and unders go for free. You can also register by post and order your tickets by phone if you're not online.
For further details on that and for all other queries, visit the FAQs section on the Glastonbury Festival website HERE.