Glastonbury 2014 general sale tickets on sale 9am tomorrow

It's been just over a month since 2013's festival season came to an end, and although you may have only just got over your post festival blues, it's time to now start thinking about next year because the Glastonbury 2014 general sale tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 9am.

Thursday saw 15,000 'Coach and Ticket Packages' sell out in minutes but don't panic, there are still 120,000 general sale tickets still up for the grabs. 

*You can read my brief post about those tickets here*

With Emily Eavis recently claiming that two of the three main headliners are already confirmed and ready to make their mark on the ever famous Pyramid stage, which has played host to many amazing acts over the years, it sounds as if it is already shaping up to be once again the festival of the year - even if there was no headliners, Glastonbury alone would still be worth the £205 ticket price.

People who are lucky enough to beat off the millions of others trying to also cement their place at the greatest festival in the world, which this year saw conquering headline sets from Arctic Monkeys, The Rolling Stones and Mumford and Sons, will only be asked for a £50 deposit for each ticket they purchase, with the remainder of the ticket price having to be paid by an allocated date. You must also have already registered to be able to purchase a ticket.

Alex Turner's quiff may have flopped at bit during the band's Glasto set, but their performance most definitely didn't
Michael Eavis, the mastermind behind the festival, has recently stated that over one million people have registered for tickets for next year's event, so if you are hoping to get a ticket, I'd strongly advise you have the ticket site up on 20 iPads, 50 computers, 15 smartphones and 50 laptops if you want to stand any chance. 

Tickets can be purchased from 

Oh, and also make sure you mentally prepare yourself for some serious heartbreak - good luck. 

George Henry King