Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Glastonbury: Still unsold tickets

Twenty four hours before the hardcore start to pitch tents, there are still Glastonbury tickets left unsolde:

"There were about 3,000 left this morning," Mr Eavis told the BBC News website on Tuesday.

"But they are going out slowly. We did about 800 yesterday so we'll just about scrape home without losing my shirt."

Well, yes - his shirt is safe:
Mr Eavis said the charities that receive money from the festival - Water Aid, Oxfam and Greenpeace - were likely to lose out as a result of any unsold tickets and the rising cost of staging the event.

Even Glastonbury is feeling the pinch of the rising oil prices - those wind turbines don't take up all the slack, you know.

The latest weather forecast: cloudy for Friday and Sunday, light rain for Saturday.

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