GLAST CHANCE!

You’ll need to be up at 9am on April 3 to be in with a shout - and we want to hear your stories…

GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL tickets go on sale this Sunday (April 3).

Tickets for the event will be sold from 9am and cost £125 plus £4 booking fee and £4 postage and packing, and can be brought either through 0870 165 2005 or via the official site [url=] glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

Last year saw many fans disappointed due to problems with ordering tickets, so this year organisers are stating that in order to buy tickets you will need the following ready when you book:

The name and full address of each festival goer

A debit card

Ticket holders this year will need photo identification to get in. A new photo-style driving license or a an ID bearing the PASS government approved photo hologram are recommended.

Ticket holders will be able to get CitizenCard which features PASS for a free either on-line at [url=]citizencard.com/glastonbury.com or by calling 0870 240 1221.

Though the line-up has yet to be announced, this year’s festival is expected to feature Coldplay, [/a], [a], Kylie and Brian Wilson among others.

Also, we want to know how easy you find it getting Glastonbury tickets. Was it as bad as last year? Did you get through straight away? Email your comments to news@nme.com.