Tickets for next year’s Glastonbury music festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset have sold out within half an hour.
The 118,200 standard tickets – which cost a whopping £233, booking fee included – went on sale this morning (Sunday 4th October) and were snapped up by eager music fans desperate to attend the legendary music festival which this year saw the likes of The Who, Florence & The Machine and Kanye West grace the Pyramid Stage.
Those wishing to attend the festival this year had to register online in advance. The lucky people who managed to book tickets were required to pay an immediate £50 deposit, with the remaining balance to be paid by the beginning of April 2016. Any tickets that have not been paid for will go back on sale – meaning there is still hope if you were not one of the lucky 118,200 to get tickets today!
The line-up for the world renowned festival will be revealed next year. The likes of Foo Fighters, Muse, Coldplay and Adele are already being rumoured as potential headliners.
Last month, festival organiser Michael Eavis told BBC Newsbeat that he had already booked headliners for the next two years.