Tickets for next year’s Glastonbury Festival sold out within a matter of minutes earlier this month but now organisers have spoken out to warn those hoping to still attend.
More than two million people registered their interest in getting hold of a ticket so it’s safe to say demand outweighed supply.
And for anyone still hoping to get hold of a ticket, Emily Eavis has taken to Instagram to warn against using sites other than the official Glastonbury partner – See Tickets.
In a post, she said: “Please note – all Glastonbury tickets have now sold out and there will be an official resale in the spring.
“Only See Tickets are authorised to sell tickets for Glastonbury Festival.
“No other site or agency will be allocated tickets. All Glastonbury Festival tickets are personalised and cannot be re-sold. Please do not risk falling victim to unauthorised sellers or buying fake tickets.”
Those who bought a ticket earlier this month have until April to return their ticket and get a refund, those returned go on to be resold through see tickets.
The resale is the final opportunity for those hoping to attend the festival.
For the first time, Glastonbury has this year started a ballot for those with a valid registration to enter to win a pair of Glastonbury tickets.
Registrants will have until 5pm on Thursday, October 31 to enter up to two registrations they wish to enter in the ballot as one entry (any duplicate entries or entries with existing ticket bookings will not be processed).
You can enter the ballot following this link here.
Other ways you could still attend Glastonbury can be found here.
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