The first batch will be re-sold tomorrow (April 25)
Emily Eavis has admitted that tickets are in short supply ahead of this weekend’s Glastonbury re-sale.
All Glastonbury 2019 tickets are currently sold out, but a resale for unwanted tickets will take place on Sunday April 28, while some tickets with coach travel will also go on sale tomorrow (April 25).
Speaking to BBC Radio 2, Eavis said: “Obviously, it has been a bit of a scramble and that often happens after a year off.
“We haven’t got loads to sell, so I think we should probably let people know that now, but it’s always really worth a go. We don’t want to put people off.”
Stormzy, The Cure, The Killers and Janet Jackson are among the big names on this year’s line-up. Meanwhile, it has also been rumoured that US politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been invited to speak at the event.
Eavis revealed that Billie Eilish would have her slot upgraded due to her runaway popularity, adding that she’d be likely to be on The Other Stage on Sunday. She also gave away more details about what to expect that day.
“We haven’t announced what days people are going to be doing, but I can tell you that Miley is going into Kylie [Minogue], and Kylie is on Sunday afternoon,” Eavis said. “There are a couple of details out there, but we’re not going to be releasing that until much nearer the time.
“We’ve got a busy afternoon on Sunday. We’ve got Years & Years too, on the Pyramid that is.”
This morning (April 24), organisers announced that the use of 5G will be rolled out at this year’s event. Hot Chip and The Streets’ Mike Skinner were also announced to perform in The Common area too.