Glastonbury 2014 is now officially sold out after a final batch of tickets made available yesterday morning was snapped up in just 16 minutes.
Tickets which had been reserved, but not paid for or cancelled, were made available to the public at 9am and then, just minutes later, the festival tweeted that the final tickets had just been snapped up.
This year's Glastonbury line-up is one of their most heavyweight bills yet. Kasabian and Arcade Fire have been confirmed as Pyramid Stage headliners, leaving one headline slot still unaccounted for. There had been significant speculation that Oasis were set to be named to headline the last night of the festival after Liam Gallagher's errant tweets caused a bit of a hullaballoo on Thursday evening but those rumours have since been officially put to bed by festival co-organiser Emily Eavis.
Metallica, Prince and Kate Bush are the bookies' favourites to take the final slot and with the festival due to kick off in under two months time, you can expect the news to emerge sooner rather than later.
The Glastonbury 2014 line-up is a stormer so far, with the likes of Jack White, The Black Keys, Robert Plant, Lana Del Rey, Pixies, Manic Street Preachers, Dolly Parton, Jurassic 5, Kelis, James Blake (and literally dozens more) all set to perform.