Page last updated at 12:37 GMT, Monday, 9 June 2008 13:37 UK

Last Glastonbury tickets on sale

Glastonbury crowd
Tickets will go on sale in shops on 11 June

Glastonbury fans will be able to snap up the last remaining tickets for the festival at selected HMV stores.

Ten thousand tickets will be sold over the counter at seven of its major city branches including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Cardiff.

"With just a couple of weeks to go, we want to make it as easy as possible for people to buy the last few festival tickets," organiser Michael Eavis said. Tickets for 155 plus applicable fees are on sale on 11 June from 0800BST.

Buyers will be allowed to buy a maximum of six tickets each and will need to provide their name, which will be written on the ticket at the time of purchase.

They must also ensure they bring personal photographic ID to the festival when they arrive to comply with the festival's anti-touting policy.

Tickets will be available from:

• HMV Bristol, 21/23 Broadmead
• HMV Glasgow, Argyle Street
• HMV Newcastle, 56 Northumberland Street
• HMV Manchester, 90 Market Street
• HMV Birmingham, 38 High Street
• HMV Cardiff, 53 Queens Street
• HMV London, 150 Oxford Street

Rapper Jay-Z, The Verve and Kings of Leon are headlining the Pyramid stage at the event at Worthy Farm, Somerset, from 27-29 June.




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