You've still got one more chance to get your hands on tickets for June, though...
Numerous music fans have been left frustrated after they failed to secure Glastonbury 2019 tickets in the festival’s official ticket-and-coach resale this evening.
Returned ticket-and-coach packages for this year’s Worthy Farm festival, which will be held from June 26-30, went back on sale at 6pm this evening (April 25). Festival organiser Emily Eavis had warned fans earlier this week that there weren’t “loads [more] to sell”, and it proved as such as all of the remaining packages sold out in just 23 minutes.
See Tickets, Glastonbury’s official ticket partner, kept hopeful ticket-buyers updated during the brief sale, before declaring that all of the ticket-and-coach packages had sold out at 6:23pm this evening.
Many fans were left frustrated once again by the online sales process, with numerous accounts of people having entered their details into the system before discovering that their desired package had sold out. You can see a selection of their responses to tonight’s sale below.
A final standard ticket resale will take place this Sunday (April 28) at 9am. Find out everything you need to know about that all-important 2019 resale here.
In other Glastonbury news, the line-up for the festival’s Common Stage was revealed earlier this week – with the area set to feature a mix of live performances and DJ sets from the likes of Hot Chip and The Streets’ Mike Skinner.