Well, it's hardly going to be pitched as being crap, is it?
Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis, pictured, has told music magazine Uncut that next year's event - it took a break this year, of course - will be the "greatest show on Earth".
He told the magazine:
"What I can announce now is that I'm adding an extra 100 acres next year so it will be the biggest festival ever. I'm renting the additional land from a neighbour so there's more space and major improvements to the campsite. So it's not just going to be bigger, but better.
"We're going to be presenting the best line-up anywhere in the world. Glastonbury 2007 will be, literally, the greatest show on Earth."
The three-day festival's headliners are rumoured to be The Killers, Kylie Minogue and Bruce Springsteen. As is traditional, though, no acts will be confirmed until much nearer the time. The time being June next year.
That said, Eavis added: "All I can tell you at this stage is whatever rumours you've heard, they're probably all true."