If you haven't already got your ticket for next year's Glastonbury Festival then it looks like you'll be watching it on the box after the final 120,000 tickets sold out in less than half an hour.
All 15,000 pre-sale tickets were snapped up in 15 minutes last week and the remaining 120,000 went in just 26 minutes over the weekend.
That's a whole hour quicker than it took for the 2013 festival to sell out.
The line-up hasn't even been confirmed yet but that didn't put music fans off from getting up at bright and early and coughing up £225 as the tickets went on sale at 9am on Sunday morning.
Glastonbury co-organiser, Emily Eavis took to Twitter to thank fans for their support and also apologised to those who weren't lucky enough to grab themselves a ticket.
We have sold out, thank you to everyone for supporting us and i'm sorry to those of you who have missed out.— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) October 5, 2014
I'm sorry to everyone who missed out, so wish we could get everyone in. There will be a resale in the spring.— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) October 5, 2014
While Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis and his family are determined to keep the line-up a secret, he has confirmed that he’s already booked the three headliners.
So far, everybody from Fleetwood Mac to Queen have been tipped as potential headliners, and there’s also plenty of talk about who could take on the Sunday afternoon legends’ slot, following Dolly Parton’s stand-out performance in 2014.
See all the acts rumoured to be heading to Worthy Farm next summer below...