Glastonbury 2018 anyone?
Festival founder, Michael Eavis, considering Glastonbury 2018 and is “already regretting” the decision to take a break from hosting next year’s Glastonbury Festival.
Every half-a-dozen years Glastonbury Festival goes on what is referred to as “a fallow year”. With Worthy Farm being a working dairy farm – It gives the land, village and festival team the traditional year off in order to recover and reflect.
Nevertheless, whilst speaking at the Speakers Forum Q&A on Sunday (June 25), Michael Eavis said that despite it being hard work, he was “already regretting” taking the year off. While still confirming the fallow year is 100% certain, he also half-jokingly mentioned the fact that: “there’s one band I want to re-form – if they re-form, I’ll change my mind”.
Keeping the cards close to his chest, Michael did not reveal who that band might be. Although he did add: “It’s not One Direction.”
Can you guess the band Michael Eavis may be referring to? We have a speculation or two.