As expected, the first ticket sale stampede for 2019’s Glastonbury Festival has been and gone, with all coach+ticket combo packages selling out in less than 30 minutes.

As per previous years, those who look to travel to Glastonbury by coach were given a four-day head-start on securing tickets, with some 15,000 being snapped up when they went on sale at 6pm this evening. Meanwhile, a further 150,000 ticket-only passes will become available this Sunday (7th October), with prospective buyers expected to enter a race with over one million other hopefuls. Tickets for 2019’a Glastonbury will see a £10 increase versus last year (£248 + £5 booking fee), however still delivers excellent value for money against other events in the annual festival calendar.

The rumour-mill has once again been in full swing on who will headline Glasto 2019, with Kendrick Lamar, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen all in the running – make sure you follow us on Twitter to keep up-to-date with everything Glastonbury-related, including all the rumours moving forward.