Last batch of tickets snapped up in under two hours

The final batch of tickets for this year’s Glastonbury have sold out.

The last remaining tickets for the June 24-26 event went on sale at 9am (GMT) this morning (April 17) and sold out within two hours.

Standard tickets, which cost £195, were snapped up within an hour, with coach and ticket packages soon following.

Writing on the festival’s official Twitter page, Twitter.com/GlastoFest, event bosses commented: “Apologies to those of you who didn’t get a ticket – demand hugely outstripped supply, so unfortunately some people had to miss out.”

Earlier this week, the full line-up was confirmed for the festival, with U2 (24), Coldplay (25) and Beyonce (26) due to headline the Pyramid Stage.

Morrissey, Wu Tang Clan, Primal Scream, Plan B, The Streets and Hurts are among the other acts due to perform.

Glastonbury 2011 takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton. Billed music takes place on June 24-26, with the site opening on June 22.

See Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk for more information.