This year's Glastonbury Festival may be over, but they've already opened the ticket registration for the 2013 show. Why 2013 and not 2012? They're taking a break for 2012 because the Olympics will be in the UK, leaving Glastonbury Festival and Worthy Farm with a "fallow" year.
To back all of this up to square one, the Glastonbury Festival ticket buying registration scheme prevents ticket resellers from buying big blocks of tickets. The scheme lets buyers put down a deposit of £50, with the full balance due in Spring of 2013.
The 2013 Glastonbury Festival headliners are already in the rumor stage, with Michael Eavis already claiming to have three headliners booked.
"We've already got three headliners lined up for 2013. I know who they all are, but I'm not going to go into details about that. We can't wait for 2013 .We love it. I've never seen so many people enjoying themselves, it was fantastic, even with the conditions. We can't wait to do it again," said festival organizer Michael Eavis at this year's show.
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