The catch is that the server is already overloaded. The INQ managed to get on once @ 7.25 am but no information had bee loaded. Since then the server is complaining that it can't cope with the traffic it is receiving.
If the servers can't cope today, what will happen when the tickets go on sale? The date is supposedy April 3rd but the exact details are what people want to know today. Part of the reason why it's so popular is there's no Glastonbury in 2006 as Michael Eavis, the farmer who owns the grounds on which Glastonbury is conduced, has decided that his land needs to be 'fallow' for a year.
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