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.

Glastonbury takes place from 26-30 June at Worthy Farm in Somerset, with The Cure, The Killers, and Stormzy confirmed as headliners. Tickets for this year's event sold out in just 36 minutes.