First batch of Glastonbury festival tickets sell out in 14 minutes

General admission tickets will go on sale at 9am on Sunday (October 5)

The first batch of Glastonbury festival 2015 tickets have sold out in 14 minutes.

The 15,000 early bird coach package tickets, which include travel and admission into the festival, were released at 7pm yesterday (October 1) and sold out in less than a quarter of an hour.

Posting to Twitter, Emily Eavis – daughter of festival founder Michael Eavis – wrote, “Wow, all 15,000 coach + ticket packages went in 14 minutes! That’s amazing. (If you missed out, the rest are on sale at 9am on Sunday.)”

Wow, all 15,000 coach + ticket packages went in 14 minutes! That’s amazing. (If you missed out, the rest are on sale at 9am on Sunday.)

— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) October 1, 2014

As stated, the bulk of Glastonbury festival 2015 tickets will go on sale at 9am on October 5 from Glastonbury.seetickets.com. They are priced at £220 plus £5 booking fee for the weekend.

Registration for the festival has now closed.

Bookies have been offering odds on the most likely headliners for the 2015 festival, which saw Arcade Fire, Kasabian and Metallica take the top spots this year.

According to updated William Hill odds, Fleetwood Mac are the favourites at 4/6, while Muse and AC/DC both come in at 3/1. Other artists also returning good odds include The Stone Roses at 7/1, and Prince and Elton John who both come in at 8/1.