The extra tickets that went on sale yesterday have been snapped up...

The extra tickets being sold for this year GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL have now sold out, NME.COM can reveal.

As reported yesterday, more became available because of the “reallocation of duplicate tickets”. However, those have now also been sold.

A statement reads: “All tickets for this years festival have been sold. All duplicates and returned tickets have also been sold. The festival only sold tickets through and the ticketline run by Wayahead Ticket Agency. Any other agencies, box offices or auctions are not official outlets, and will not be allocated any tickets by the festival. Ticketholders are reminded that all tickets are non transferable and will be personalised with checks on the gates.”


As previously reported, tickets for the event went on sale at 8pm on April 1, but many who attempted to get online to buy tickets were left frustrated, claiming the only website that’s selling tickets has been unable to cope with demand.

Also, many fans have found that a telephone line set up to sell tickets has been almost constantly engaged.

Oasis, Morrissey and Muse have been revealed as the headliners of this year’s Glastonbury.

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