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Glastonbury – sold out

If you haven’t got a Glastonbury ticket – you’re definitely not going now.

Festival-goers had their last chance at picking up a ticket to this year’s Glastonbury today, when the re-sale started at 9am.

But, just 16 minutes later, the event’s official Twitter account announced they were all gone.

The Glastonbury 2014 resale tickets have now sold out. Thanks to everyone who tried to buy one, and apologies to those who missed out.

— Glastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) April 27, 2014

If you weren’t one of the lucky ones, look away now.

Arcade Fire and Kasabian are headlining this year’s festival with appearances from Lana Del Rey, Ed Sheeran, Lily Allen, Dolly Parton, Rudimental and many more.

Ah well, those who didn’t get tickets can console themselves with the news they’ll avoid the giant rats predicted to invade. Oh and anyway, Oasis WON’T be playing this year after all.

We’re not playing, so there!  

Co-organiser of the annual festival Emily Eavis confirmed the news that the band will not perform at the famous music festival after a Twitter user quizzed her ahead of the final ticket resale.

"@emilyeavis Please deny that Oasis are playing Glastonbury before tomorrow’s ticket resale," fan Tony Willmot wrote.

"Oasis aren’t playing this year," she posted in response.

@TheToneWill oasis aren't playing this year.

— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) April 26, 2014  

Which doesn’t come as much of a surprise after Noel squashed all rumours of a reunion earlier this week.

Liam Gallagher sent the internet into a spin after he hinted at a possible Oasis reunion with a string of very cryptic tweeets.

The singer spelled out the band’s name in five separate tweets, and he was immediately inundated by fans asking what it all meant.






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