Michael Eavis says he already has some big names lined up for next year's 40th Anniversary festival.
Talking to reporters, Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis is quoted as saying he already has "three or four" superstars lined up to headline the festival's 40th anniversary next year.
Giving nearly nothing away the chrome-domed festival organiser said "we've got one or two headliners that haven't played for a few years. They're all on the phone at the moment so there is the chance of something different again. The bands that have never played before will be thinking they should come." But don't get too excited, Michael added: "I seriously don't think that we can ever do it better than we have this year."
Reading between the lines, we're hoping he's talking about Prince, Radiohead, David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead, Beastie Boys, Pulp, Elton John, Arctic Monkeys, Muse, Manic Street Preachers, Suede and probably Coldplay. Who's on your wishlist?
Speaking previously at what they have planned, Michael's daughter Emily Eavis had this to say: "It’s our 40th anniversary next year. We’re talking to lots of bands at the moment about that, and we want to have a band from every year on the Pyramid Stage over the weekend and I think we’ll try and make a lot of the biggest performances on some of the tinier stages, so we’re going to do something really special for our 40th anniversary."
In other Glasto-related news:
Three people had to leave the festival with symptoms which were suspected to Swine Flu.
The death of Michael Jackson led to a various tributes in the form of covers. Dizzee Rascal did various songs (he told 6Music that it would have "felt wrong not to"), jazz-midget Jamie Cullum covered 'Thriller', Emmy the Great added some of 'Heal the World' lyrics to one of her songs and Little Boots played a version of 'Earth Song'. Franz Ferdinand didn't play a cover but did shout "Shamone motherfuckers!"
Mr Eavis has agreed pay a £3k fine for Springsteen running over curfew by 9 minutes. He said: "It's not a lot of money, come on - the last nine minutes were absolutely spectacular."
Eavis also announced that he had made enough money this time to donate extra to the festival charities, Water Aid, Greenpeace and Oxfam.
The BBC have run a lot of sets, here's some of our favourite bits: