If you want to see Coldplay live at Glastonbury this year then you have one more chance to grab entry - cancelled and refunded tickets for this year's festival will be resold to the public on Sunday, April 17 at 9am. Those hoping to purchase a pass for the event must ensure that they are registered via the official Glastonbury website by Friday, April 15.
"The number of tickets available is expected to be quite limited, because these are returns, not a second batch," a statement on the festival's website read. "Tickets will be limited to four per transaction."
Glastonbury Festival takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, from June 22 to June 26 - this year's event will be headlined by U2, Beyoncé and our very own Coldplay. Additional tickets will be made available for the sold-out event because previous purchasers have cancelled their passes or not settled the balance of their deposit in the week permitted between April 1 and April 7. Passes will cost £195 plus £5 booking fee.
Coldplay recently announced their headline slot of this year's Glastonbury Festival on Saturday June 25th. This will be the Coldplay's first appearance at the legendary festival since 2005. Catch all the latest discussion and previews to this new festival date at the Coldplay Live forum now. [thanks AnnaElisabeth]
Recent pictures of Coldplay with fans at the Bakery (March 2011): [thanks to laurenev49]