Glastonbury tickets are up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 08:49 11 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:49 24 May 2010

FESTIVAL fans could soon be the first to get their hands on tickets for one of most sought-after events of 2007. Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2007 will be given away at this year's Bristol Blues Festival on October 15. Organisers believe they are the

FESTIVAL fans could soon be the first to get their hands on tickets for one of most sought-after events of 2007.Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2007 will be given away at this year's Bristol Blues Festival on October 15.Organisers believe they are the first in the world to get their hands on tickets for Glastonbury and the man behind the Somerset music phenomenon, Michael Eavis, will present two tickets to one lucky winner during the afternoon.Following on from the success of the Bristol Blues 2005, this year's event is 12 hours of the best of blues, across two stages, offering a mixture of artists from the Bristol scene to national and international artists, including Otis Taylor, Chas de Paolo, Tommy Allen and Michael Pickett.The festival is to be held at Stonehouse in Baldwin Street. Doors open at 12noon and music will continue until midnight.Tickets are £20 on the door or £15 in advance from www.bristolticketshop.co.ukThe aim of the festival is to raise awareness of music talent in the South West by raising money for The Charlie Derrick Music Bursary. The bursary helps fund talented young musicians in schools and colleges throughout the area. For more details visit www.bristolblues.co.uk

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