THE first batch of Glastonbury tickets have sold out in thirty minutes.

The coach and ticket package was released at 18:00 on Friday evening with Glastonbury confirming via twitter thirty minutes later that the 15,000 tickets were sold out.

The remaining 120,000 tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning, Sunday 6th October at 09:00. Fans must be registered and can purchase tickets online via the Glastonbury website or using the ticket number.

Festival director Michael Eavis has announced that the three headliners for Glastonbury 2014 have not played the festival before. Rumours have circulated that one of the headliners will be Fleetwood Mac who are currently on a world tour and played Glasgow’s SSE Hydro venue on Wednesday evening.

In 2013, The Rolling Stones headlined the festival for the first time making Glastonbury history. The 2014 Glastonbury will mark 43 years since the festival began in 1970 where 1,500 tickets were sold.  Acts included Marc Bolan of T Rex with entry costing £1 including a free drink of milk from the farm.