Under 30s

Are you 16 to 29 years old? Join Under 30s for free and take advantage of £30 tickets to the Festival.

We want as many people as possible to experience the thrill of an opera performance at Glyndebourne.

For more than a decade, those aged under 30 have had access to heavily subsidised tickets, thanks to generous funding from our New Generation Programme.

What do Under 30s receive?

Under 30s can access tickets from £30 for selected Festival performances.

How do I access Under 30s tickets?

First, you need to sign up for Under 30s for free. When joining, you are asked to confirm your date of birth. We will email you when each batch of Under 30s tickets is released with details of how to book.

Festival 2024

Don’t miss out on Under 30s tickets for our playful re-imagining of Mozart’s classic fairytale The Magic Flute, plus our all-singing, all-dancing production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare on these dates:

Giulio Cesare

  • Tuesday 25 June
  • Friday 28 June
  • Tuesday 2 July
  • Wednesday 31 July

The Magic Flute

  • Thursday 27 June

Tickets are available for £30, or choose the best seats for £45. To book tickets you will need the promo code that has been sent via email – check your inbox now.

If you’re new to, register your details and tick the Under 30s box. If you already have an account, log in to add Under 30s to your account.

Please note that Under 30s tickets may only be used by those aged 16–29 and ​you may be asked to provide proof of age before entering the auditorium with an Under 30s ticket.

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