Glastonbury '90 per cent of tickets sold' - Eavis
Michael Eavis has announced that 90/% of this year's Glastonbury tickets are already sold and this despite the economic downturn.
Last year ticket sales were slow and they've gone on sale earlier this year.
Eavis hinted that there could be 4 rather than 3 headliners meaning a possible double headliner on Saturday night.
Blur are rumoured to be one of the headliners but this has not been confirmed.
Speaking as he was given an award at Midem, the international music conference in Cannes, for his environmental activity he said this year's festival is likely to have four headliners, rather than the traditional three, which were close to being confirmed.
"You'll be amazed when you hear the headliners we've got coming this year, and we've already sold 90 per cent of the tickets for this year already," he said.
In October 137,500 tickets went on sale, earlier than usual, after failing to sell tickets in advance last year.
He added: "We've got four headliners at the moment. If they all confirm, then I've got two headliners for Saturday."
However, he declined to reveal any names.
Blur, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen are all strongly rumoured to be playing the festival.