THIS is it for those hoping to go to the Glastonbury Festival... Well, almost.

Tonight sees the first of two final sales of a limited number of tickets which became available after the deposit deadline earlier this year.

The festival runs from June 21 to 25 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, with around 170,000 revellers set to descend on Somerset.

Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran have been confirmed as the Pyramid Stage headliners, with the likes of The Jacksons, Ani Difranco, Katy Perry and The National also on the bill.

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So, from 6pm this evening (Thursday, April 20), a number of coach and ticket packages (where you buy a coach ticket to get there as well as your festival ticket) will be on sale through See Tickets at - do not buy from elsewhere.

Then, at 9am on Sunday, April 23, the final general sale takes place.

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As usual, tickets are expected to be sold out within minutes, so make sure you are prepared.

Festival organisers have posted an FAQ for those hoping to land tickets, while you can find our tips on securing them here.

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