It has been recently reported that organiser Michael Eavis suggested Glastonbury would be renamed in 2019. However his daughter Emily Eavis announced that a new event is on the horizon named "Variety Bazaar." However confusion arose as people thought that the iconic Glastonbury would be renamed. Michael Eavis said that they had registered the new event's name, which will be 'The Glastonbury Festival team present the Variety Bazaar'. However it will not be at the Worthy Farm site. Emily Eavis clarified reports and tweeted: "We're still planning an event in the future at a different location - which we are calling Variety Bazaar. But Glastonbury Festival will always be called Glastonbury and will remain at Worthy Farm." Eavis also added to reports that the festival could be finding a new home in the Midlands, hinting: "It's half way to the Midlands from here...and there's only one landowner. "I've got 22 landowners where I am now. I just wonder whether the next generation wiJanuary 18, 2017
The world's most famous festival Glastonbury is already struggling with a huge mud bath before the party has even started.
Thousands of festival- goers found themselves stuck in mud and traffic before the glasto gates had even opened.
All major traffic routes were hit with delays of up to 12 hours and to pass the time many embraced the festival spirit by playing cricket on the congested roads and also stopped to dance with each other.
Meanwhile on site a lorry carrying hundreds of gallons of cider became stuck in deep mud just yards from the famous Pyramid stage. Owner Julian Temperley and his team got stuck in with spades and even railway sleepers to help dig out the cider loaded vehicle.
Here are some festival tips from Gearooz on how to survive the Glastonbury mud pools:
1. Wrap clean spare clothes in bin bags, worst case scenario - wear the bin bag.
2. Be careful where you camp. Try not to pitch your tentJune 23, 2016