Glastonbury organisers have announced that tickets for next year’s festival will go on sale from 9am on Sunday 7th October – we can expect an awful lot of web traffic that morning.
The most famous festival in the UK calendar returns next year to Somerset after having a break in 2012, and although no acts have yet been announced, we can expect the rush for tickets to be as frenzied as ever.
One of the biggest battles that live events teams have faced in recent years is the problem of ticket touts, so as with previous years, festival goers will have to register in order to buy tickets in a bid to tackle illegal sales.
Fans will have to fill in extensive personal details online and upload a photograph before you can qualify for tickets, although if you have bought tickets for this festival previously there is a chance that your details will already be on record.
The 2013 festival will run from 26th – 30th June and will take place at the irreplaceable Worthy Farm. Last year, U2, Coldplay and Beyonce headlined the music spectacular – and the Rolling Stones have already ruled out headlining the show in 2013. Lucky us.
Register now at glastonburyfestivals.co.uk, this must be done prior to buying tickets.