View Full Version : I have a Glatonbury ticket...

02-04-2003, 10:28:54
which makes me one of the lucky few (well 100000) that managed to get hold of one before they all sold out in one day...

02-04-2003, 10:32:50
Have fun!

Resource Consumer
02-04-2003, 11:35:57
Go to Glastonbury as well while you are there;)

02-04-2003, 11:49:21
Aaarararararaaghghghghhhghg!!!! :bash:

02-04-2003, 12:27:41
They're going for about 1000 per pair on e-bay at the moment. It's madness. I'd pay good money to not have to listen to turgid shit like REM and Moby. And Prince definately isn't going to play now (was that ever in doubt??)

02-04-2003, 12:35:17
yeah the e-bay situation was brought to my attention. think shell and i will have a good think about it, could pay for a fucking holiday to the caribbean for that kind of money

02-04-2003, 12:38:19
the oxford road caribbean bakery at least.

02-04-2003, 12:39:34
if not all the way to the Norcot roundabout

02-04-2003, 12:40:14
I've just bought a ticket to 'V 2003' in Stafford. Camping there for the weekend with 5 mates. Should be fun :D

02-04-2003, 12:42:02
I'm going to Glastonbury as well, but will definatly avoid any stages if The Stripes, Vines, Strokes etc turn up. Recycled 70's bollox!

I'm going more for the atmosphere than any bands anyway.

It was great last year. I just hope that none of the faux hippies (traveller scum) try to gate crash and claim "it's a free festival man". Why don't they all just f*ck off and rot on some remote moorland or better still, crash Reading Festival and scare all the kiddies who swarm that pissy event having just been dropped of by "mummy" in the merc.

02-04-2003, 12:52:26
:lol: good call 'simpleton' :beer:

although i like the white stripes, vines, strokes et al.

Scabrous Birdseed
02-04-2003, 13:57:25
Sell your Glastonbury ticket, buy a Roskilde one instead.

02-04-2003, 14:01:36
If i could sell my ticket for 400-500 quid, i would consider it

but tbh i think that kind of price is short term hysteria

Provost Harrison
02-04-2003, 19:07:57
Well take advantage of short-term hysteria ;)

I don't think I will go to one of the long festivals, but I will look out for any decent bands coming over, I haven't been to a decent gig for ages and ages and ages...

Provost Harrison
02-04-2003, 19:10:01
I would like to have seen REM, but perhaps a decade or so ago...

02-04-2003, 21:38:37
The thought of selling ticket is tempting, but as I am taking my two kids for free, this will become a cheap holiday in itself.

I might catch a couple of bands, but coming across bands by accident proved to be the best fun last year. That is if I get out of the kidz or green fields. Honestly, even if you are a big kid, do check out the kidz fields (the main one and in the green fields) it is really great and there is no attitude that you might imagine. I had great fun making stuff in the workshops or watching the circus acts etc....
I hope the "happy side show" are there again, my kids loved and raved about the pierced nipple stunts and sword swallowing nastyness (think of Jim Rose Circus type weird shit).