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It’s not just Irish punters who are thinking twice about shelling out for festival tickets

Ticket sales for this year’s Glastonbury festival are said to be steady rather than spectacular, with about 100,000 of the 137,500 tickets sold since they went on sale yesterday. Maybe Rod Liddle is right: festivals have become middle-aged. Or perhaps …

Mon, Apr 7, 2008, 08:21

   

Ticket sales for this year’s Glastonbury festival are said to be steady rather than spectacular, with about 100,000 of the 137,500 tickets sold since they went on sale yesterday. Maybe Rod Liddle is right: festivals have become middle-aged. Or perhaps he and the other Glasto champions take a look at some very interesting alternatives.

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