Tickets for the 2024 edition of the Glastonbury festival - from June 26 to 30 in the southwest of England - were snapped up on Sunday morning in less than an hour, organizers announced.
“The tickets for Glastonbury 2024 have now all been sold,” announced the festival on the social network demand has far exceeded supply.
In addition to being fast - and undoubtedly lucky - you have to pay 355 pounds sterling and five pounds in booking fees (or around 410 euros in total) to be able to pitch your tent and enjoy the concerts of this legendary festival.
The announcement of the program for the 52nd edition is expected early next year, but the press has mentioned the names of Madonna, Dua Lipa and Coldplay. Organizer Emily Eavis raised the possibility of two female headliners. The first tickets - more than 22,000 - included in a package including the coach trip had already sold out in 25 minutes.
According to the BBC, 2.5 million people sought to buy tickets for the festival last year, with 210,000 places available. The 2023 edition ended with the last British concert of Elton John's farewell tour.
Glastonbury, a legendary event since 1970, home to the biggest stars in the world. In 2022, it's Paul McCartney, who at the age of 80 set the festival alight by covering Beatles classics.