Glastonbury 2015 tickets sell out in 14 minutes

by Martin
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Arcade Fire were one of the Pyramid Stage headliners this year

Arcade Fire were one of the Pyramid Stage headliners this year

Glastonbury 2014 only took place in June so while we’re a little less than a year away from the 2015 event, early bird tickets have already gone.

We don’t even know who is going to follow in the footsteps of 2014 headliners Kasabian, Arcade Fire and Metallica but that’s not stopping fans, they know it will be worthwhile.

The first batch of coach package passes for Glastonbury 2015 went on sale last night (October 1st) at 7pm including travel and admission to the event.

Unsurprisingly tickets were gone in less than 15 minutes of release .

Emily Eavis, daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis took to Twitter and said: “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.)”

If you missed out last night of course you’ll be able to get your hands on tickets for Glastonbury 2015 from 9am on the 5th of October.

Tickets are priced at £220 with a £5 booking fee for the entire weekend and will be available from Glastonbury.seetickets.com.

Those wishing to attend Glastonbury have to register in advance in an effort to prevent ticket touts and unfortunately registration for the festival this year has now closed.

Thousands of people waited to see Dolly Parton perform at Glastonbury 2014

Thousands of people waited to see Dolly Parton perform at Glastonbury 2014

Already the rumour mill has been spinning regarding who will headline the festival with Fleetwood Mac being the favourites among fans and the bookies.

Other artists rumoured to make an appearance at the festival next year include Prince, Muse, Elton John and The Stone Roses.

AC/DC are also favourites among fans but we won’t officially know until Glastonbury themselves confirm the news of the headliners.

However back in June, across the weekend of the festival, founder Michael Eavis confirmed during their annual on-site press conference that a headliner was practically booked.

Who do you think will perform at the festival next year? Do you think any of the rumoured acts will take to the stage next year or will it be someone completely different?

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