Glastonbury Festival 2010 Registration Opens

Neil, Bruce and Blur rocked this year, get your tickets for the next bash

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Next year’s 40th anniversary Glastonbury Festival tickets are available to apply for now, after a hugely successful 2009 event which saw Neil Young, Bruce Springteen & The E Street Band and Blur all headline.

Fans can register for the 2010 event via the website or by post.

Michael Eavis has previously commented that: “We’ve got some headliners who haven’t played for a few years and some who have never played here. I’m not saying names, it will be the same old guessing game.”

Rumours suggest headlining acts could be Bob Dylan, U2, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Muse, or Radiohead.

Next year’s event takes place from June 23 – 27.

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Pic credit: PA Photos (Bruce Springsteen, Pyramid Stage, Glastonbury 2009)


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