Tickets for Glastonbury 2014 have sold out in record time.
Returning this summer after a one year hiatus, Glastonbury reminded us all that it remains much more than a mere festival. Whether it was the weather, the line up or simply the atmosphere Worthy Farm had a very palpable halo.
Over one million people registered in an attempt to purchase tickets for 2014’s instalment, with lines opening this morning. The huge influx of people caused problems for sellers, with SeeTickets experienced an enormous surge in traffic.
With more than 3000 tickets being sold per minute, fans poured online in an attempt to claim their weekend pass. In the end, Glastonbury 2014 sold out in 27 minutes, with all 120,000 passes going in under a half hour.
Blown away, Michael and Emily Eavis issued a joint statement via Twitter which you can read below.