March 25, 2011 13:16

Glastonbury Festival 2011 ticket resale date set for April 17

Returns will be made available to buy next month

Glastonbury Festival 2011 ticket resale date set for April 17

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Glastonbury 2011 ticket returns are set to go on sale on April 17, at 9am (GMT).

Those after tickets need to register at Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk by April 8 to be in with a shot of bagging them.

The festival is technically sold out already – only returns will be made available through this new sale, for which tickets will be limited to four per person.

Ticket links and full information about the resale can also be found at Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

The festival takes place on June 24-26 in Somerset.

U2, Beyonce and Coldplay are set to headline the bash, while Elbow, Fleet Foxes and Friendly Fires are also on the bill.

The Glastonbury 2011 line-up so far is::

U2
Coldplay
Beyonce
Anna Calvi
BB King
Big Boi
The Chemical Brothers
Crystal Castles
Elbow
Friendly Fires
Fleet Foxes
Gruff Rhys
Janelle Monae
Mumford & Sons
Primal Scream
Two Door Cinema Club
Warpaint


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