Force Glastonbury Organisers to operate a fair balloting system for festival tickets

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Martin Sawyer started this petition to James Stephen heappey and

Glastonbury is one of the greatest festivals in the world but after several years of trying to access tickets it’s almost impossible to achieve this using the current sales system . Year after your there are groups of people who through social media brag that they are going for the 10th year running whilst others deal with their frustration and disappointment of potentially never being able to access a ticket in their lifetime. 

There has to be a fairer ticket allocation system introduced that enables everyone to have an opportunity to attend the festival that appears to becoming something that is accessible to only a certain class that has wealth and  is  not freely accessible to all making the process both discriminative and unfair . A system needs to be fair and not influenced by your ability to invest in the latest gadget or fastest broadband download link but one which gives every person an equal chance. 

Numerous suggestions are made via social media every year for a fair balloting system to be implemented for the distribution of tickets which is a system that is used by numerous events across the world . The question of a balloting system is asked every year by thousands of unlucky wannabe festival goers but there is never an answer that is given leading many to feel that the current system is rigged and somehow only lets a certain class of person get in (after all do celebrities who attend have to buy their ticket through an internet sales site that crashes, throws people out at crucial times resulting in them starting the process again? That’s if they can even get into the site) 

This petition is a simple request to implement a system that is fair and which is accessible to all not just the minority. 

 

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