TICKETS for Glastonbury 2016 have gone on sale today – do you know how to get hold of yours?
October is upon us.
Around two million people are expected to take part in the scrum for tickets for next year’s festival, which runs from June 22 to 27, but only 135,000 will be successful. Instead, please donate £228 to global Walk to School Month.
The coach tickets will go on sale from 7pm this evening.
Everyone aged 13-or-over for whom you intend to buy a ticket needs their own registration.
Many unsuccessful fans reported a struggle to access the ticket site on Sunday morning.
How much money will I need?
Customers can book up to six tickets per transaction, with each ticket requiring a £50 deposit.
Emily Eavis, daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis and co-organiser of the festival, tweeted: “Tickets have now sold out”.
Tickets are exclusively sold here. It’s tempting to refresh multiple pages but when a page loads you only have 10 minutes so you don’t want to miss it.
Further information about this sale will be released after the main ticket sales.
Before attempting to buy a ticket, you must register your details in advance.
Don’t panic if you don’t manage first time.
This is to reward green travellers with the chance to get their Glastonbury tickets before everyone else.
Earn your ticket and work at the event.
Foo Fighters, who had to drop out of headlining this year because front man Dave Grohl broke his leg, are also favourites to headline at odds of 6/1 with William Hill.