March 16, 2010 12:09

Last chance to buy Glastonbury Festival tickets announced

Fans to get final opportunity to gain entry to June event

Last chance to buy Glastonbury Festival tickets announced
The final batch of Glastonbury festival tickets will go on sale on April 11, it has been announced.

The limited batch of tickets have been made available after some fans did not take up the option to buy their tickets in full after using the event's deposit scheme when the event went on sale in October last year.

The last remaining tickets for the June 25-27 festival go on sale at 9am (GMT) on April 11 from or via 0844 412 4635.

It has not been revealed how many tickets will be made available, with simply stating that the numbers are "limited".

Those wanting to buy tickets need to register with the festival at by March 31.

Meanwhile Glastonbury festival organiser Michael Eavis says he wants to book Snoop Dogg for the event, which is being headlined this year by U2, Muse and Stevie Wonder.

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