Glastonbury 2009 sells out

Only cancelled tickets will be available in April

The 2009 Glastonbury festival has sold out.

A limited amount of tickets had been made available yesterday (February 2) after the deadline for those who had paid a £50 deposit to pay the full amount for tickets passed on Sunday (February 1).

All tickets have now been sold. Only cancelled tickets will now be available to buy – with a limited amount set to go on sale on April 5.


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No acts for the bash, set to take place in Somerset between June 26 and 28, have been announced. However, it is heavily rumoured that Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Blur and The Specials will play headline slots.

Festival chief Michael Eavis recently suggested that their may be four main headliners billed on the three-day bash.

Other acts strongly rumoured to be appearing include The Ting Tings, Franz Ferdinand and Lily Allen.


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