Festival organisers have revealed that early bird tickets for 2012 will go on sale on September 23 at a reduced price of £130 for a weekend camping pass.
The event will remain a three-day festival, following the decision to add an extra day back in July to allow Prince to headline on the main stage.
The 2012 festival will take place over the weekend of June 29, 30 and July 1 and will remain at its site in Kent.
Hop Farm boss Vince Power said: "We had an amazing year this year. For me personally it was one of the best festivals I've done, ever.
"Having Prince close the festival was phenomenal. Eagles and Morrissey played amazing headline sets too."
Power added: "Given that Prince's performance at Hop Farm was one of the defining festival moments of 2011 we're working even harder to ensure 2012 surpasses everyone's expectations."
Hop Farm will continue to maintain its no sponsorship, no branding, no secondary ticketing, no VIPs and no registration ethos.
Headliners for Hop Farm 2012 will be confirmed in due course.