Win tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2017 with Oxfam

A competition to win tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2017 has been launched by the Charity Oxfam.

To enter all you have to do is text ‘OXFAM’ to 60046 to give you a chance of winning 1 of 5 pairs of tickets.

Win tickets to Glastonbury festival 2017 with Oxfam

Entry costs £5 with at least £3.50 of that going to the charity. The rest is used to cover network costs.

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Barry Manilow reveals he’s never been asked to play Glastonbury Festival

Barry Manilow has revealed that he has never been asked to perform at Glastonbury Festival in a recent interview with Forbes.

The pop star, born in New York, is best known for his hit ‘Mandy’ and has had a career spanning more than 50 years.

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Glastobury release charity vinyl through Oxfam

Glastonbury Festival has teamed up with Oxfam to release a charity vinyl.

The vinyl contains music from the 2016 event which saw Muse, Adele and Coldplay take the headline slots on the Pyramid Stage.

Artists such as Foals, Editors, Sigur Ros and Madness all feature on the special edition release which will be available from 22nd April 2017, which is Record Store Day.

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Win tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2017 with Thatchers Cider

If you missed out on Glastonbury Festival 2017 tickets or just outright couldn’t afford them this might be for you!

Thatchers Cider are offering you the chance to win one of six pairs of Glastonbury Festival tickets.

Just follow this link and answer the simple question. Just a little tip, it might be the one beginning with ‘S’…!

You will also need the name and DOB of the guest you wish to take with you.

Courteeners respond to Glastonbury Festival headline speculation

The Courteeners have responded to comments made by Emily Eavis, suggesting the band could one day headline Glastonbury Festival.

In a recent interview with music magazine NME, Emily Eavis named the band as one that could top the bill in coming years.

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Foo Fighters put album on hold to work on Glastonbury Festival set

The Foo Fighters have revealed that they have put work on a new album to one side to concentrate on upcoming gigs and festivals including Glastonbury Festival 2017.

The band line-up alongside headliners Radiohead and Ed Sheeran on the prestigious Pyramid Stage at this summer’s bash. They perform on the Saturday night.

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Glastonbury Festival 2017 ticket-resale date confirmed

Glastonbury Festival organisers have confirmed that a ticket resale will take place later in the month.

Those still looking to get to Glastonbury Festival 2017 should take note of the following resale dates:

Thur 20 Apr: Ticket + Coach Packages
Sun 23 Apr: General Tickets

Organisers posted on Facebook to confirmed the dates.

This year the festival will feature a broad range of musical acts with Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran taking the prestigious headline slots.

For more information about Glastonbury Festival 2017 tickets, head over to the official website here.

Glastonbury Festival fans forced to wait for ticket resale date confirmation

Fans of Glastonbury Festival are being forced to wait to find out when the ticket resale date will be.

Tickets of those that decided not to pay off the outstanding balance owed will go back on sale some time later in the year but officials have yet to announce when exactly that will be.

Rumours suggest the resale will be some time in April.

This year Glastonbury will be headlined by Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran, with many other acts appearing across multiple stages.

Stay tuned for more announcements.

Glastonbury confirm 2017 Emerging Talent Finalists

Glastonbury have officially confirmed the finalists for the 2017 Emerging Talent Competition.

The acts are: Flohio, Josh Barry, Lilith Ai, Lucas & King, Silences, Tyni, WOWH and Young Yizzy.

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BBC extend Glastonbury Festival broadcasting partnership to 2022

The BBC has penned a new broadcasting partnership with Glastonbury Festival, extending its coverage of the annual event until at least 2022.

“We have worked closely with a fantastic team at the BBC since 1997, it has become an integral part of what we do at Glastonbury,” Emily Eavis said.

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