Glastonbury Festival resale tickets on sale again on Sunday

UPDATED: cancelled/refunded tickets all gone

By Scott Williams | Published: Sun 17th Apr 2011

around the festival site (The Park and Ribbon Tower)

Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£195 - SOLD OUT
Daily capacity: 175,000
Last updated: Wed 29th Jun 2011

A further release of a limited number of cancelled tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival went on sale from 9am this Sunday, 17th April 2011, and adult tickets sold out in under 45 minutes, with only coach and ticket options still available, and those all went within two hours.

around the festival site (The Park and Ribbon Tower)
In order to purchase these cancelled/refunded tickets in the resale ticket buyers must have been registered beforehand to be eligible to buy a ticket.

Tickets were priced at £195 (plus postage and packaging, and a booking fee of £5). Tickets were sold online at and via the Seetickets booking line 0844 412 4635. Bookings could not be made through Seetickets' mobile site.

After 45 minutes only coach and ticket options (where tickets are given out on the coach) were still available, offering a Green Traveller lanyard giving discounts on food, plus access to exclusive solar showers and loos. These all sold out before 11am.

Anyone aged 13 or over (when the Festival starts) who wishes to buy a ticket must be registered. Registration for Glastonbury Festival 2011 is now closed and will re open at 9am on Monday 18th April 2011. All registered festival-goers who want to buy tickets will need the registration number and postcode for each person for whom a ticket is being booked. An existing registration can be checked by clicking here.

Tickets were limited to four per transaction, a car park ticket was priced at £20 and a campervan ticket was priced at £75. Car park tickets, campervan tickets and routing stickers will be sent out with the Festival tickets; unless bought in a later transaction, in which case they will be sent separately and will have a separate booking reference for use on the ticket tracker.

Ticket purchasers were able to add the optional TicketPlan Protection for an additional £4.50 per person when paying the balance for tickets. Should they then be unable to attend the Festival, this should enable them to receive a refund for the face value of the Festival tickets.

Payment by card for UK sales (both online and by telephone) was by the following debit cards only - Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Switch/Maestro Domestic and Solo. Credit cards will not be accepted for UK sales. For the purpose of ticket sales the UK includes Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

Those purchasing by telephone were told a booking reference number, this number should be written down and kept safe. It is the confirmation of purchase.

Those purchasing online will be sent a confirmation email and booking reference number. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive this within 24 hours. Keep the confirmation email safe. If you have any queries about your purchase you will need the booking reference number.

The booking reference number can be used on the ticket tracker to confirm a purchase.

Any transaction that results in a charge back or payment dispute will be cancelled. It is the ticket purchasers responsibility to ensure that they have sufficient funds in their account to pay for the tickets. The transaction will in many cases will be completed immeadiately or during the five working days following the sale.

For more details about registering and ticket information click here.

The deadline for ticket refunds is Friday 6th May 2011.

"If there has ever been a better line-up anywhere else in the country, then I promise I'll retire this year!" says Festival Organiser Michael Eavis. "This covers every aspect of popular music culture and really gives people something to look forward to in this austere climate - the benefits of which have to last for two years, until we're back again in 2013!"

Pyramid Stage headliners are U2, Coldplay, and Beyonce. Other acts confirmed include Primal Scream, Mumford & Sons, Queens of the Stone Age, Morrissey, Biffy Clyro, BB King, Wu Tang Clan, Two Door Cinema Club, Metronomy, Tinie Tempah, Rumer, Pendulum, Plan B, Paul Simon, Laura Marling, Don McLean, The Low Anthem, Fleet Foxes, Bright Eyes, The Wombats, The Vaccines, The Kills, Brother, White Lies, Friendly Fires, Jimmy Eat World, Jessie J, Kaiser Chiefs, Eels, TV on the Radio, Bombay Bicycle Club, Noisettes, Cee Lo Green, Chase & Status, Jimmy Cliff, DJ Shadow, Glasvegas, The Streets, Crystal Castles, Wild Beasts, Gruff Rhys, Caribou, Big Audio Dynamite, Warpaint, Brit Floyd, Deacon Blue, Suzanne Vega, Fatboy Slim, Professor Green, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, John Digweed, Subfocus & ID, Melanie, Terry Reid, System 7, Asian Dub Foundation, Lee Scratch Perry, Stereo MC's, The Wombles, Netsky, Bobby Friction, Gorillaz Sound System, Iration Steppas, Mark Thomas, Billy Bragg, Folkface, RSVP, Shlomo's Glasto Circus, Tony Benn, and many more. There are a few more of the smaller stages to be announced, and a few special guests to be confirmed.

To see the line-up in full, along with the latest rumours for some of the other stages, click here >> or to view it as a list click here.

Other attractions will include hands on craft, self-sufficient skill-learning, Hiroshima Peace Flame (burning since 1946), The Rabbit Hole, The Free University of Glastonbury, Mavericks Late Night Cabaret, Strummerville, Cubana Salsa Tent, Hurly Burly, Climate Camp Tripod Stage, HMS Sweet Charity, 'Babylon Uprising' Market Sound System, Arcadia, MP Caroline Lucas, The Dragon Field Underground Piano Bar, The Treehouse Café, The Cider Bus, White Ribbon Alliance Tattoo Parlour, The Crow's Nest Open Mic, The Pilton Palais cinema tent, The Worthy Farm Solar Array, Glastonbury FM, Worthy FM, sound artist Maria Marzaioli, The Glastonbury Firelighter daily newspaper and much, much more!

For detailed information on all aspects of the festival, click here.

around the festival site (Pyramid)

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