Glastonbury fans offered new chance to register

Demand forces organisers to give festival-goers second opportunity

Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis is offering festival-goers a new chance to register and buy tickets for this year?s event.

Registration will re-open at 4pm today (April 8),

Festival-goers will need to submit basic personal details and a passport quality photo.

Once their application has been accepted they will be sent a confirmation email with a link enabling them to buy tickets immediately.

Ticket prices for a weekend ticket are ?155, plus ?5 booking fee per ticket and ?4 post and packaging per order.

“We?ve had a lot of enquiries from people asking if they can register, especially now they realise it?s still possible to buy tickets,” said Eavis. “This will give them the chance to see the best line-up of any festival this summer.”

Check out NME.COM‘s handy guide for Glastonbury’s late registration now.

The process of registering was introduced for the first time last year in order to deter ticket touts.

This year’s festival takes place over the weekend 27-29 June. Kings Of Leon, Jay-Z and The Verve will headline the event at Worthy Farm.

Over 100,000 tickets for the three-day bash have been snapped up since they went on sale at 9am on Sunday morning (April 6).

Read NME.COM’s guide to getting Glastonbury tickets now.