Glastonbury Tickets Sell Out In 32 Minutes | Music News
At 9am on October 4, the gates were opened and the ticket-rush for standard Glastonbury Festival tickets began! Floods of hopefuls scrambled through in order to seal their place at the popular UK festival; some made it, others were left behind. To make matters worse, See Tickets (the site responsible for the sales) experienced technical difficulties at the time, yet all 120,000 tickets were gone in 32 minutes, only a few minutes later than 2015’s. To put it in perspective, that’s an average of 3,750 tickets sold per minute!
Re-sales will be available next year, so bear that in mind if you still want one. Foo Fighters are a favourite to play, especially since they had to drop out this year, as are Muse and Taylor Swift.
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