Glastonbury organisers Michael and Emily Eavis have said that the 2017 event will feature "twice as many bands".
"We’ve got a year off next year so we’re throwing everything into this one," Emily Eavis told NME at the recent NME Awards where they once again took the Best Festival gong. "We’ve got twice as many bands and lots to push in to this festival... we've made a couple of bookings tonight!"
As well as the enormous amount of music, Michael Eavis also confirmed that he's sorted a new area which he calls "the biggest thing of year."
"We’ve got a massive film screen and 100 1960s American and Cuban cars," he revealed to NME. "We’ve put them all in straight lines, so you can sit in the cars, watch the films, the sound comes into the cars by a little Bluetooth thingy on the wing mirror. Julian Temple is doing all the film choice."
Meanwhile, a big legend recently confirmed he'll be performing at this year's bash.
Radiohead are the only officially confirmed act for Glastonbury 2017 so far, with The Avalanches set to play according to themselves. Phil Collins, Depeche Mode, Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, and The Stone Roses have been linked with this year's event in the past few months, while Little Mix and Lady Gaga have also expressed interest in performing.