Glastonbury's Michael Eavis has shared plans for a new 60-metre pier to be installed for the festival this summer.
The festival isn't exactly near the water, but it has been known to get pretty muddy.
Festival founder Michael Eavis revealed to BristolLive that artist Joe Rush will be bringing a 60-metre "Victorian pier" to the festival, calling it "Glastonbury on-sea".
Rush has previously installed the Joe Strummer Memorial Tree in 2003, and was responsible for 2017's Cinemageddon.
The pier is one of a few new additions being teased for this year's festival, with Arcadia having revealed to SomersetLive last month that their iconic, fire-breathing spider will be replaced with an "evolving show in the sky."
Last month Emily Eavis also teased new installations from Block9 and The Park on Lauren Laverne's BBC 6 Music show.