Register for your Glastonbury ticket!

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Register for your Glastonbury ticket!
Those eager to go to this year’s Glastonbury Festival can start registering for tickets for this year’s event from 8am Thursday (February 1) - and we have all the details here.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the new measures have been introduced by organiser Michael Eavis to combat ticket touting.

Before any tickets can be bought, potential festival-goers must register their details with organisers ahead of the ticket on sale date of April 1.

A passport-sized photo must also be submitted, which will then be printed on the ticket to prevent touting.

Writing on the festival’s website, Michael Eavis said: “It’s a much fairer system. The people who buy the tickets on April 1 will be the people who are actually coming to the festival.”

Registration must take place between tomorrow and February 28, either online or by post. You can register online at Glastonburyregistration.co.uk or by post.

Postal applications can be picked up from any branch of Millets, the high street camping store - to find your nearest store [url=http://www.multimap.com/clients/places.cgi?client=millets&basketitems=0&basketvalue=0
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Or you can download a form from Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

This year’s festival takes place between June 22 and 24, and bands already confirmed to play include Arctic Monkeys, Bjork, Arcade Fire and The Who.

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