Is the mud and music worth the money?

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Is the mud and music worth the money?
6th October 2014

This weekend hundreds of thousands of people sat online refreshing a webpage waiting for the moment when they could press the ‘buy tickets’ button. At £225 Glastonbury 2015 sold out of 150,000 tickets in just 26 minutes, a record time for the festival.


The 150,000 lucky ones who managed to bag the gold-dust tickets purchased in blind faith as the line up wasn’t even released.  Headline London ask the question, is it too much for a ticket? And will the buyers now be happy with the line up, which won’t be released until spring next year. (hyperlink - )

Tens of thousands of people who didn’t manage to get tickets were left disappointed and Emily Eavis the daughter of the founder and now co-organiser of the the festival tweeted apologising those who were unsuccessful and promised a resale in spring.

There are rumors Fleetwood Mac and Queen could be among those playing at Worthy Farm in 2015, but it will be a case of waiting with bated-breath to see who it will be, along with the other 149,000 people refreshing that page.


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