Standard tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival will go on sale at 9am on Sunday 6th October. They will cost £210, with £5 booking.
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June draws to a close much as it started, with warm spells of sunshine and a hint of summer.
Kasabian, Jack White, Pixies and Robert Plant are among the major acts that will play this summer's Glastonbury Festival, organisers have announced.
Elbow, The Black Keys, Bryan Ferry and Massive Attack are among the other newly announced stars for the huge music bash which is being staged over the weekend of June 27 to 29.
They join previously announced names such as Arcade Fire, Blondie, Lily Allen and Dolly Parton at the rural Somerset event put together by farmer Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily.
Other draws include Interpol, London Grammar, Wilko Johnson, De La Soul and Goldfrapp, with Jake Bugg, Lana Del Rey and Mercury Prize-winner James Blake also on the bill.
Organisers named many of the acts on a poster placed online today and claim there will be more than 100 stages scattered across the site at Worthy Farm, Pilton.
We're very pleased to present the Glastonbury 2014 line-up so far… http://t.co/WrtSy6d8Jt
The organisers of Glastonbury Festival have confirmed there will be a resale in April of unwanted tickets.
The resale for ticket and coach packages will take place from 7pm on Thursday 24 April, before general admission tickets go back on sale from 9am on Sunday 27 April.
The original 120 thousand tickets sold out in under 2 hours. Acts confirmed to play at this year's festival so far include Dolly Parton, Arcade Fire, Blondie and Lana Del Rey.
"We recognise how important it is to get this world famous event right, and the huge impact that it has on the local area and community, both positive and negative."
"It is our job as the local district council to ensure we use the opportunities it brings and mitigate the effects it has on local people – and we are confident that the new licence takes these issues on board and addresses any concerns." - Jeannette Marsh, chair of the licensing board.
"I would like to thank all the Mendip council officers who have worked together with the Glastonbury team to finalise the new license. It’s an example of the same team spirit that makes the Festival the success it is." - Robert Richards Glastonbury Festival Director
Glastonbury, one of the world's biggest festivals has been granted a licence to run for the next ten years.
It means the famous festival which has been running since 1970 will now be able to hold the event at Worthy Farm in Somerset until 2024.
A little bit of Somerset is being sent over to the United States to celebrate its importance in the world of music. Glastonbury Festival is to be recognised by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In true festival style it'll be represented by a rubbish bin, which is to go on display at the museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
Michael Eavis with the bin painters Ant, Hank and Jewelz. The sign being held above their heads is a Banksy original. A copy is being sent to the museum.
Michael and Emily Eavis with the Glastonbury Festival bin full of memorabilia that is being sent to the rock and roll hall of fame museum in Cleveland, Ohio.