The 2016 edition of Australia’s annual Splendour in The Grass music festival went on sale last week and sold out in just 90 minutes.

At 10:45am, the hopes and dreams of many eager festival goers were crushed after event organisers broke the news on their Facebook page that all allocations had been completely exhausted.

“All tickets for Splendour in The Grass 2016 at North Byron Parklands on Friday 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 of July have SOLD OUT,” the status said.

With a lengthy list of impressive artists sort to grace this year’s music festival, including Flume, Hermitude, The Stokes and Australian band The Avalanches, it comes as no surprise that tickets sold out fast.

Due to the massive influx of traffic, fans were left waiting on an online ‘green room’ where they were put in a waitlist with all but a message from ticket sellers, aka ‘Moshtix’ message – ‘Due to the massive interest in this event you will have to hang back here for a bit’.

A mob of displeased fans voiced their complaints on the Splendour in The Grass Facebook page with one person saying “It’s been nearly an hour and a half and no tickets but people who waited 30 minutes got it before me”.

Hope still remains for those wanting to attend the festival however, with an official re-sale of tickets opening Monday, May 30.

For more on Splendour in The Grass 2016 and the epic line-up click here.

Millicent Marryat is 21 years old and a fourth year Communications student at Griffith University, Gold Coast. She moved to the Coast from Adelaide six years ago and since then has gained a desire to travel. Aside from travels around Japan and Australia, she has cruised the Whitsundays, North of Queensland, and the Pacific Islands. Her most cherished travel destination thus far was two weeks travelling around Japan. Milli looks forward to the chance to explore the Greek Islands, relax in Fiji, ski in Canada, attend Coachella in California and experience Arizona’s Grand Canyon.