Ticket priority for next year's Glastonbury Festival is to be given to people who missed out on tickets for the this year. Also Eavis wants to make the Pyramid stage a permanent structure.
In an interview with BBC Radio Bristol, Glastonbury Festival founder and organiser Michael Eavis revealed that he wants to set up a register of all ticket holders for this year's event so that when next year's tickets come up for sale, people not on the database would be given priority.
Other, slightly less vocal, festival organisers have confirmed that they are looking at "new ticket distribution methods", but say there is no definite system, database or register in place yet, adding: "We are continually looking at ways to improve the distribution of tickets."
The Pyramid Stage could also become a permanent feature with the intention of making it easier to get permission for the festival in the following years claims Eavis, telling BBC Radio Bristol: "It would be just the frame - not the cover or inside staging - as it looks good. People come from all over the world to see the shape, which is a major tourist attraction." Mendip Council is considering the application.
Discuss: How's the register going to work? you'll just get a mate to buy your tickets next year if you got some this time won't you? Will there even be a Glasto 2004? Who'll be playing?