ANYONE still without tickets for the 2020 Glastonbury Festival has another chance to get their hands on them…
A special ballot has opened, with 50 pairs of tickets up for grabs, marking the festival’s 50th anniversary next year.
“Anyone with a current valid registration, and who has been unsuccessful in securing tickets in the public ticket sales on Thursday and Sunday now has the chance to enter the ballot to win an extra chance to purchase up to two general admission tickets,” a spokesperson for the festival, held at Worthy Farm, Pilton, said.
READ MORE: Glastonbury Festival news
Hopefuls who are already registered to purchase tickets have until 5pm on Thursday, October 31 to enter up to two registrations they wish to enter in the ballot as one entry.
Any duplicate entries or entries with existing ticket bookings will not be processed.
The winning 50 entrants will be contacted in early November with details of how to purchase their tickets.
For full details and more information, log on to the festival website at www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.