Western Daily Press offers readers tickets to Glastonbury Festival

1000 tickets still available via Western Daily Press

Readers of the Western Daily Press have a chance to buy a pair of Glastonbury Festival 2009tickets.



The West Country’s morning newspaper will have the last 1000 standard tickets available for readers to buy in an offer running from today, Monday 20th April, until Saturday 25th April.

To win the chance of buying a pair of these tickets, readers must have a registration number from Glastonbury Festival available fromwww.glastonburyregistration.co.uk and collect four differently dated tokens from the newspaper.

The successful applications will be drawn at random after 9am on Thursday 30th April. Each ticket will cost the winner £175 plus £5 booking fee per ticket and £4.50 delivery charge per transaction. Winners may buy one or two tickets.
For more information see today’s newspaper or log on at www.westerndailypress.co.uk. Terms and conditions do apply to the competition and full details will be published in the newspaper throughout the week.

The only acts officially confirmed so far to play at the festival are Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band as Saturday night headliner, with Blur and Neil Young as the other headliners, plus Doves, White Lies, Echo and the Bunnymen, Fleet Foxes, Emiliana Torrini, Florence & The Machine, Lily Allen, The Ting Tings, and Franz Ferdinand.

This year’s full Glastonbury line-up won’t be announced until a month before the Festival. To see who has been confirmed, and who might be playing take a look at the eFestivals’Glastonbury 2009 rumours >>.

Glastonbury Festival is held for five full days from Wednesday 24th until Sunday 28th June 2009 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset.


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