Glastonbury festival sells out within hour despite website crash
MUSIC fans snapped up tickets for next year's Glastonbury festival in an early morning buying frenzy after the website crashed prior to sale.
When the site did go up, tickets were sold out within the hour.
Would-be festival goers had took to social media to express their frustration at being unable to purchase the all important £243 briefs from SeeTickets.com.
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