Raileasy, who are running the Glastonbury Express rail service from London, Preston, Bolton, Manchester, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent straight to the festival, have a pair of Glastonbury 2011 tickets to give away.
Raileasy is the official rail travel provider for Glastonbury 2011 and this means that they have just one, very exclusive pair of tickets to this year’s Festival to give away.
If you weren’t one of the lucky ones first time around, don’t despair – you may still be in with a chance of getting a ticket. And you’ll also win travel to and from the Festival on the special Glastonbury Express trains, courtesy of Raileasy.
If you’ve already got your Glastonbury Festival tickets, but haven’t arranged travel yet, places are still available on the special trains – one from Preston and one from London.
So whether you’re north or south you can still join the party on the Glasto trains. As an extra bonus, all trains will be met at the station by coaches, which will then transfer Festival ticket holders to the Glastonbury site for free.
Rail tickets prices start from £60.
To book your seat on the train click here.