Millions of people around the world tried to get their hands on Glastonbury Festival tickets during the main sale this morning, 19 November.
Coach ticket packages sold out in just 25 minutes earlier in the week, but thousands more were up for grabs and sold within an hour.
It came two weeks after the sale was initially due to happen after an issue involving registrations meant some people were not eligible to buy tickets despite believing they were.
The general sale for Glastonbury Festival 2024 tickets began at 9am on Sunday 19 November and only those registered were able to purchase tickets.
Tickets were available via glastonbury.seetickets.com and cost £355 plus a £5 booking fee. People needed to pay a £75 deposit before ticket balances are due in April.
For those who missed out, the next chance to get their hands on some tickets will be the resale, which is held next spring.
Festival organisers have also said that for those lucky people who managed to secure entry to the event, information about booking accommodation will be released in the coming weeks.
Despite selling out, none of the headliners have been revealed for next year's festival, but Madonna, Dua Lipa, Coldplay and Harry Styles are all among those rumoured.
Here are live updates that took place throughout Sunday morning's sale:
9.57am update - Tickets have sold out
The official Glastonbury Festival account on X - formally Twitter - has announced that all tickets have now been sold.
In a post, the organisers said: "Tickets for Glastonbury 2024 have now Sold Out.
"Our thanks to everyone who bought one and we're sorry to those of you who missed out, on a morning when demand greatly exceeded supply. "There will be a resale of any cancelled or returned tickets in spring 2024."
See Tickets has added: "Confirmation emails are going out now.
"Thank you to everyone who bought tickets this morning and sorry to those who missed out."
Tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2024 remain available - with no official confirmation that they have all sold out yet. This is more than twice as long as it took for all coach ticket packages to sell out earlier in the week.
But there are still people posting in the last few minutes that they have managed to secure a ticket. Their advice is to keep refreshing the page.
Best of luck to those still trying after almost an hour.
Some more success stories coming out from those trying to get tickets.
There's been no official confirmation that all tickets have sold yet, so if you are still in the queue then keep refreshing and don't lose hope.
Thirty minutes into the sale and hundreds of people are still waiting to secure a ticket.
For many people, this morning has been an anxious time - though people are getting through.
One user posts that they are trying on six different windows and are still yet to be successful.
Some mixed reactions from those attempting to get tickets.
People have posted on X - formally known as Twitter - about getting onto the booking page and securing a ticket.
But some others have complained about being "kicked out" of the website.
9.07am update - 'bookings are being processed steadily'
Official ticket vendor Seetickets has asked those trying to buy a ticket to close any additional tabs to reduce traffic on the website.
In a post, Seetickets wrote: "If you are trying to book Glastonbury tickets this morning, we ask that you please close any extra devices / tabs, so that we can serve you as quickly as possible."
It added that: "Bookings for Glastonbury are being processed steadily, however the site is exceptionally busy this morning, so please bear with us."
Tickets are now officially on sale. Good luck to everyone hoping to get through.
The first people are now going through the process of trying to secure tickets. Some are suggesting they have already managed to get through the booking page.
Tickets will go on sale in half an hour so make sure you've got your devices fired up, registration details ready and check our handy tips and tricks below while you wait.
Seven tips and tricks for getting Glastonbury Festival tickets
1. Make sure you're registered - if you aren't registered, you can't get tickets.
2. Know your dates - make sure you've set an alarm and your devices are turned on ready to go in plenty of time for the sale.
3. Decide on your group of six - make sure there are no awkward last-minute decisions to be made if you get through. If there are more than six of you, decide how you will split into groups before the sale.
4. Stick to your group - if you're in more than one group and get through, it could prevent other people from getting through if they add your registration after your ticket has already been secured.
4. Have all your details ready - have all of your group's names, registration numbers and postcodes ready to paste across into the booking page.
5. Have your payment card ready - make sure you have enough money to cover the £75 deposit for all of your party in your account and have your card details saved or typed out ready to copy and paste across.
6. Limit how many devices you use - organiser Emily Eavis has previously asked fans to limit themselves to one device and one browser to stop the site overloading.
7. Refresh, refresh, refresh - keep trying, and don't lose hope!