Next year's Glastonbury festival looks set to sell out in record time, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.
The odds of tickets for the 2014 festival, on sale in October, selling out in record time were slashed to just 4/5 as the Rolling Stones came off stage.
It also looks like festival fans will continue to enjoy the music in the mud for at least another 7 years, with odds of 2/1 offered that the festival continues until after 2020. Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said:
The odds of Glastonbury 2014 selling out in record time tumbled as the Stones left the stage. Even without Jagger there next year anyone who missed out this time round will make sure they won't make the same mistake twice.
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