Glastonbury has announced its first list of line-up acts with more artists to be revealed soon.

All tickets for the historic festival sold out when Glastonbury held a general sale a few months ago.

But don't lose all hope as there is still a way for you to bag some tickets to see Paul McCartney and Diana Ross on stage. 

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Before finding out where to buy tickets, it's important to note that See Tickets is the only company permitted to sell tickets for Glastonbury Festival. No other site or agency will be allocated tickets, See Tickets said.

How to get a Glastonbury ticket

To book you will first need to register on the Glastonbury site, you'll then need the registration number and postcode for each person for whom you are booking a ticket.

Tickets start at £280 with a £5 booking fee and tickets will all be sent in the post to the address used when booking. 

When is the Glastonbury tickets resale?

Organisers have confirmed that the ticket for resale will take place on Thursday, March 24, and Sunday, March 27 for coach and general sale tickets. 

You can get tickets via See Tickets.