Tickets for next year’s Glastonbury festival sold out in record time after going onsale yesterday morning (October 7th).
The best part of 200,000 tickets for the 2013 event were snapped up within two hours of being made available on Sunday, while Glastonbury’s co-organiser Emily Eavis has promised a separate resale in April after several complaints were made on social media networks of technical problems.
A host of big name acts have already been suggested for headline appearances on the festival’s famous Pyramid Stage, with the likes of The Rolling Stones and Radiohead amongst those rumoured to be topping the bill next year.
In addition, Adele was revealed back in May to have turned down an invite to headline next year, while Michael Eavis told NME recently there is a chance The Stone Roses could finally make an appearance at Worthy Farm after being forced to withdraw in 1995.
“I’m very keen on The Stone Roses – I always have been,” Eavis has said. “They played at Pilton Party for 300 people in 1995, which the year they cancelled on the main event and Pulp stepped in to replace them. I would like them to come back at some point. Are they a possible headliner for next year? I think it is possible, yeah.”Just Published: