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The deadline to register your details in order to be able to purchase a ticket for this year’s Glastonbury festival is in just three days.

As with last year’s effective measures against ticket touting, festival organiser Michael Eavis has again asked fans to follow the same proceedure to obtain tickets this year.

Fans wanting to buy a ticket for this year’s fetstival, set to be headlined by the likes of Kings of Leon, The Verve, and Jay-Z, will need to register and upload a passport style photograph at the Glastonbury website by Friday (March 14).

Other artists already confirmed to play this year’s festival at Worthy Farm include Massive Attack, Hot Chip, CSS, British Sea Power, Kate Nash, Leonard Cohen and Neil Diamond.

Tickets for this year’s three day festival will go on sale on April 6 at 9am for those who have registered.

Tickets will be available from the Glastonbury website, or by phoning 0800 0792 008 (004411 5993 4183 outside of the UK).

As with previous years, tickets are likely to sell out within a few hours.

Last year 400, 000 people registered for the 145, 000 available tickets.

The Glastonbury homepage is accesible here:

You can find full Glastonbury festival ticket registration details by CLICKING HERE.

The Glastonbury festival takes place from June 27 to 29.


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