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Second chance given to those who didn't register earlier this year

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Ticket registration for this year’s Glastonbury Festival is to re-open today (April 8) at 4pm.

Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis is offering festival-goers a second chance to register and buy tickets for this year’s event after tickets haven’t sold out since going on sale on Sunday (April 6).

Eavis commented: “We’ve had a lot of enquiries from people asking if they can register, especially now they realise it’s still possible to buy tickets. This will give them the chance to see the best line-up of any festival this summer.”

This year’s Glastonbury Festival takes place from June 27-29, and will be headlined by Kings Of Leon, Jay Z and The Verve.

You can register to buy a ticket at — all you need to send is basic information as well as a passport style photograph for ID.

Ticket prices for a weekend ticket are £155, plus £5 booking fee per ticket and £4 post and packaging per order.

Registration was introduced successfully last year so as to deter ticket touts from re-selling tickets.


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