Glastonbury Festival 2014 tickets now sold out

Live updates on the Glastonbury ticket sale for 2014

Photographer: Peter CorkhillChris Swindells on 06 October 2020


10:28AM - Glastonbury Festival confirms all 2014 tickets have now sold out.

9:56AM - Emily Eavis has posted the following message on Twitter: "Tickets are selling at around 3000 a minute and we have sold over 40,000. There are lots left and See have rectified all issues."

9:41AM - Despite many people still struggling to access the website, SeeTickets have posted the following update: "After a very difficult half an hour, we've stabilised and are processing orders. Lots of orders! Sorry for the inconvenience."

9:25AM - Seetickets, the official Glastonbury ticket vendor, tweeted at 9:23 AM this message: "We are experiencing technical issues this morning, we are working as fast as we can to resolve and will update as soon as possible."

Most users who manage to reach the official ticket page are seeing this following message:

"The Glastonbury Festival ticket booking site is currently processing the maximum possible number of transactions per second.

The Twitter feed below will give you all the latest news on the ticket sale (including when tickets have sold out).

You are waiting at this holding page (which will refresh automatically in 12 seconds) until a space on the booking page becomes available.
You can attempt to access the booking page more frequently by manually refreshing your browser. As soon as one transaction is completed the next person will be allowed on to book.

Please note, attempting to book tickets on multiple browser tabs can lead to transaction errors. This is because most web browsers do not create a separate user session per tab - information is shared between all tabs for any given web site. We strongly advise that you use a single browser tab only when booking tickets."

At this same time last year, tickets to the event this summer sold out in record time - one hour 40 minutes - and were all gone by approximately 10:44am.

On Thursday (October 3rd 2013) at 6pm, 15,000 early bird coach tickets and travel packages went on sale for Glastonbury 2014, ahead of the main ticket sale and sold out in less than half an hour.

Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2014 are available to purchase, without coach tickets, from 9am BST this morning. Tickets will need to be purchased for everyone 13-years-old and older at the time the festival starts (June 25) and are priced at £210, plus a £5 booking fee, per ticket.

Festival-goers will be able to book a ticket by paying a £50 deposit per person, either online at, on 0844 412 4635 from a UK phone or, for international callers, from +44 1159 934 183.

Purchases will be limited to a maximum six tickets per transaction, down from eight last year, and UK bookers must use a debit card, while international bookings must be made on a credit card (based on address of lead booker).

Anyone wishing to buy Glastonbury Festival tickets needs to be registered with the festival. Registeration for the 2014 ticket sales closed on September 30thand will re-open sometime during the week commencing Monday 7th October. Registration is free of charge and only takes a couple of minutes - you can register at on a PC, laptop, mobile device or tablet.

Once the deposit of £50 has been paid, the remaining ticket balances of £160 plus a £5 booking fee will be due in the first week of April 2014, for both UK and international buyers. Postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery will be charged at £7 per order.

Glastonbury Festival 2014 will take place from 25-29 June on Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.

Click here for our 2013 guide to getting Glastonbury tickets for tips and tricks.


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