The gates to Glastonbury 2024 opened yesterday (June 27), and the merchandise on offer has been spotted around the site.

Various merchandise stalls have opened between the stages, as Worthy Farm prepares to kick off its first run of performances later this afternoon.

As well as the annual festival t-shirt and hoodie design – which features the entire bill across the back – the majority of merch is centred around headliners SZA and Dua Lipa, Shania Twain, who will be filling the coveted Legends Slot, as well as James, The National, The Last Dinner Party, Fontaines D.C. and more.

For Dua Lipa, two t-shirts and a long-sleeve top are on offer. The t-shirts each feature a photo of the pop star with ‘Radical Optimism summer ‘24 tour’ written across the back. The long sleeve comes in black and features an image of her, as well as a list of her recent European tour dates on the back.

Glastonbury Merchandise 2024. CREDIT: NME

For Twain, there are four t-shirt designs available, including one that sees the artwork to her recent greatest hits album. The front shows her wearing leopard print and has writing reading ‘Honey, I’m Home’; it also says ‘Giddy Up Glasto!’ on the back.

Two white t-shirt designs are on offer too – each of which paying homage to her biggest hits – and a baby pink variant that shows the singer crouching in front of the discoball wearing a pink cowboy hat.


For Fontaines D.C., two black t-shirts are on offer, showing their ‘Romance’ album artwork. For SZA there is a white t-shirt and a black hoodie on offer, each showing various insects, and for James there is a white long-sleeve and a grey hoodie available.

T-shirts are roughly priced around £30, and hoodies are priced around £70. Check out more of what’s on offer below.

Glastonbury Merchandise 2024. CREDIT: NME
Glastonbury Merchandise 2024. CREDIT: NME
Glastonbury Merchandise 2024. CREDIT: NME
Glastonbury Merchandise 2024. CREDIT: NME

This year’s edition of the legendary festival will take place between today (June 27) and Sunday (30), with the other Pyramid Stage headliners being Coldplay and SZA. Other confirmed acts include LCD Soundsystem, Little Simz, Jungle, Justice, Bloc Party, Yard Act, Arlo Parks and Gossip.

More merchandise for other artists is set to appear in the coming days.

At the start of the month, organisers revealed the full line-up, stage splits and timings for the sold-out bash – including some new names and various ‘TBA’ secret slots. The BBC has also shared its extensive coverage plans for the huge weekend of music.

As for the weather, the BBC Weather website forecast for the full five days shows temperatures ranging from the high-10s to the mid-20s, with sunny intervals, light winds and broadly dry conditions. It’s also looking likely that the entire duration will remain rain-free for punters.

Meanwhile, the bookies’ odds have been published for who might be playing a secret set at Worthy Farm this year – and bets have been suspended on one huge artist already.

Visit here for the full line-up, stage splits and schedule. Check out the new Glastonbury site map here, revealing some key changes for 2024.

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