Thursday, September 11, 2008

Oh, take the bloody lot then

Glastonbury is keen not to be left with piles and piles of unsold tickets at the start of the festvial week next year, and so they've abandoned the limit on the number of tickets any one person can buy. Although we thought the limit was supposed to ensure everyone had a chance of getting tickets as well as being some sort of protection against bad things happening.

Somewhat cynically, Emily Eavis has attempted to help sell the tickets by simply making up a fantasy bill:

"Coldplay are a great Glastonbury band, as are Radiohead, but it's really hard to say at the moment for definite who's going to play next year," she said.

"It would be really good to have an appearance by Led Zeppelin too, that's one band who haven't played here."

On the other hand, if the LHC experiments allow time travel, The Beatles might reform on the Sunday night.

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