Next year’s Glastonbury has officially sold out, with all tickets flying out in under 50 minutes.
SeeTickets reported “huge demand” for tickets to the festival, which is set to take a break in 2018, before confirming a complete sell-out just 50 minutes after the 9am sale began. As ever, people had a complete nightmare trying to get on the site. All part of the experience, though, eh?
Coach tickets only lasted 23 minutes this past Thursday, so it’s fair to say next year’s edition of the festival is probably in ‘high demand’. For a change.
The line-up remains unknown, but according to eFestivals, Radiohead, The Stone Roses and Lady Gaga are all strongly rumoured to be playing the Pyramid Stage. Elsewhere, Ed Sheeran, Daft Punk, Foo Fighters and Diana Ross are rumoured for the week long musical extravaganza, with Kraftwerk also seeming a shoe-in given the handy break in their recently-announced 2017 tour.
If you missed out on tickets this weekend, a resale of returned tickets will take place in April. Glastonbury 2017 is booked in for Wednesday 21st to Sunday 25th June - catch up with all our coverage of this year’s fest here.