Over 100,000 people downloaded the postal application form with a further 30,000+ completing the online process, for the first stage of entry to the 2007 Glastonbury Festival - all within the first 24 hours of the new system being open.
Until the postal applications are received and processed, it is the 30,000+ online registrants (all successful in submitting their details and their photograph) who are now eligible to buy tickets when they go on sale on Sunday 1st April.
There’s no need to rush, though. You can register at any time between now and midnight on Wednesday 28th February 2007. There is no advantage to registering early or late, and everyone who registers is allowed to purchase tickets when they go on-sale.
The easiest way to register is online at http://www.glastonburyregistration.com/. If you don’t want to register online then you can post off a form, which can be downloaded from here, or can be picked up at your local branch of Millets (who will donate 10 to WaterAid for every form they issue).
For details on the registration process click here.
Glastonbury Festival will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th June (with the gates opening on the Wednesday).
For the latest line-up rumours and info, click on the links below.