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19th Nov 2023

Glastonbury 2024 tickets sell out in less than an hour as thousands of fans left empty-handed

Callum Boyle

Glastonbury 2024 tickets

Were you one of the lucky ones?

It’s renowned for being one of the most stressful days of the year: Glastonbury 2024 ticket release day.

Millions of fans flocked onto the internet at 9am on Sunday to secure their place at the iconic festival.

Fans were only able to gain access to the ticket sales if they had registered and given that tickets including coach travel sold out within 25 minutes on Thursday, they were expected to go quickly.

Tickets were priced at £355 plus a £5 booking fee, with £75 required to be paid before the remaining instalment is paid off in April and were all sold out in under an hour.

There was of course a mixed reaction from those who went through the struggle and ended up with/without tickets.

One user wrote: “Just another Olympic sport I’m not very good at #Glastonbury.”

Another said: “Just secured 6 #Glastonbury tickets on my first try! Good things really do come to good people, unlucky suckers!

“Feeling content in giving up on tickets only to go onto FB and see that the absolute worst people from school/uni/work were successful,” said a third.

A fourth posted: “I AM GOING TO F*****G GLASTONBURY AGAIN.

“When one refresh takes slightly longer than the rest and you get excited you might be through… but no.”

No headliners have been confirmed as of yet but there are plenty of rumours as to who could be lining up on the Pyramid Stage.

Names such as Coldplay, Dua Lipa, Madonna, Harry Styles and more are all said to be under consideration.

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