90% of Glastonbury tickets sold out
United Kingdom | 20 January 2009
90% of Glastonbury tickets have been sold, organisers have confirmed.
Speaking at music conference Midem in Cannes, where he was picking up a green award for the festival, Glastonbury chief Michael Eavis also revealed that he had four headliners lined up.
He said: "You'll be amazed when you hear the headliners we've got coming this year, and we've already sold 90% of the tickets for this year already.
"We've got four headliners at the moment. If they all confirm, then I've got two headliners for Saturday."
Eavis announced that two of the main acts are English and two are American, with Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Blur, rumoured to be the names in the frame.
Other rumours include Franz Ferdinand, Kanye West, The Ting Tings and more. Click HERE to see the latest line-up.
Glastonbury Festival 2009 will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset from 24-28 June.
Tickets are still on sale priced at £175 for the full five days, including camping. Coach and rail options are also available.
Those wishing to buy tickets must be registered. Click HERE to browse and buy.