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Glastonbury tickets 2005

Facts and False Claims about next year’s festival

I’ve noticed that a Google ad for getmetickets.net comes up on the page where I’ve written music reviews. I’d like it to be noted that I do not approve of this particular site. They offered tickets for Glastonbury 2004 at over double their official cost. It seems no one is clear as to where the tickets came from and how they supplied ID to go with them. Michael Eavis even appeared on Watchdog because this site is already offering tickets for Glastonbury 2005 when they are not an official seller.

I expect next year’s tickets will be available in the same way as they were this year: from Aloud (Also known as Wayahead). So please don’t be fooled into getting your ticket from anywhere other than Aloud. They certainly don’t have any tickets to give you now, even though they’ll take your money. Eavis said there may not even be a festival next year. (althogh I’m certain there is.) I’m afraid the fact is that the best thing to do is make sure you’ve got a spare night ahead on the evening the tickets go on sale and go through the same frought and frantic process as this year. I just hope the company sort out their phone line and bandwidth in preperation for the demand this time.

So if you’re tempted to risk using this company (in my opinion this would be very silly) you should read this:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog/reports/holidays10.shtml

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