Glastonbury tickets sell out amid rumours of Fleetwood Mac and Queen performances

Tickets snapped up in just 25 minutes

Tickets for next year’s Glastonbury Festival have sold out.

All 135,000 tickets were snapped up in just 25 minutes after going on sale this morning (October 5). On Wednesday night, 15,000 Coach + Ticket packages were also sold.

“We’re humbled by the incredible numbers of people who would like to come to the Festival – and it’s clear that demand once again outstripped supply this year,” read a statement posted on the Glastonbury homepage.


“We’re sorry that some of you have missed out, but there will be a resale of returned tickets in the spring (and your registration remains valid for future years).

“Thank you all for your never-ending support for our Festival.”

Festival co-organiser Emily Eavis also took to Twitter to acknowledge those who both succeeded and failed in purchasing their ticket, posting: “We have sold out, thank you to everyone for supporting us and I’m sorry to those of you who have missed out.”

No line-up announcements have been made for the event – which runs from June 24 to 28 – but Fleetwood Mac are currently the favourites to headline with bookies William Hill. However, the odds on Queen headlining have recently been cut from 20/1 to 14/1.

“There are some massive names in the frame but the money suggests Fleetwood Mac are the most likely, although today’s gamble has been for Queen,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.


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