Glastonbury Festival 2011 tickets will go back on sale mid-April but are likely to be limited, according to tweets from organisers today.
It will be the last opportunity for fans without tickets to try and buy one, but they must register first to be in with a chance of getting a pass.
“Re ticket resale – likely to be mid-April after people have had chance to pay balances. Looks like there won’t be v.many to go back on sale.” was the message from glastofest.
Emily Eavis tweeted moments later, stating: “To all asking,we can’t let you know numbers yet,but i’m afraid it’s not looking like there will be many cancellations.Sorry.”
Ticket buyers in the original October sale, who paid by deposit, must pay their remaining balance when the booking site re-opens on 1 April.
It will be open for one week, after which the unpaid tickers will be re-sold.
Beyonce and Coldplay were confirmed as headliners last week for the festival, which takes place on 22-26 June at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset, UK.