Tickets for the Glastonbury festival have sold out in under two hours.
Fears that a registration system, designed to prevent touting, would put off fans were not realised when 400,000 signed up.
The 137,500 tickets which were available to the public were snapped up just one hour 45 minutes after going on sale on Sunday at 0900 BST.
Organisers said they were happy with how the sales went despite websites and phonelines struggling to cope.
For those of us who got tickets, hope to see some of you in June. For those who didn't, don't give up hope yet. There's still resales to be had once they sort out duplicates and cancellations.