Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis has had a train named after him at Paddington Station today.
The ceremony in London saw Mr Eavis' name and the Glastonbury logo put on a First Great Western train, which will run between London, Wales and the South West.
One of its stops is Castle Cary, the nearest station to the festival's site in Somerset. Fifty extra trains will be travelling this route during this year's event in June - the 45th year the festival has run.
Act confirmed for this year include Kanye West, the Foo Fighters and Motörhead.
Glastonbury have released a list of all those performing at the festival in June - but are still keeping quiet over the third, and final headliner.
The Full line up:
- Foo Fighters (headliner)
- Kanye West (headliner)
- Florence + The Machine
- Pharrell Williams
- Lionel Richie
- Mary J Blige
- Alabama Shakes
- Paloma Faith
- Patti Smith
- The Chemical Brothers
- Jamie T
- Ben Howard
- Hot Chip
- The Mothership Returns - George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic and the Family Stone
- Flying Lotus
- FKA Twigs
- Roy Ayers
- Run The Jewels
- Mark Ronson
- Super Furry Animals
- Belle & Sebastian
- The Vaccines
- Ryan Adams
- Future Islands
- George Ezra
- The Waterboys
- The Moody Blues
- Franz Ferdinand and Sparks
- The Maccabees
- Enter Shikari
- Clean Bandit
- Jessie Ware
- Courtney Barnett
- Jon Hopkins
- Jamie xx
- Mavis Staples
- Father John Misty
- The Fall
- Todd Terje
- Gregory Porter
- Sleaford Mods
- Catfish And The Bottlemen
- Azealia Banks
- Young Fathers
- Charli XCX
- Kasai Allstars
- Sharon Van Etten
- Kate Tempest
- Wolf Alice
- Perfume Genius
- Fat White Family
- Years And Years
- La Roux
- Death Cab For Cutie
- Lianne La Havas
- Death From Above 1979
- Circa Waves
- The Pop Group
- Ella Eyre
- Rae Morris
Former Smiths frontman Morrissey has branded Michael Eavis an "animal hater".
The comments came after the Glastonbury boss commented on how his cows were happy.
But, in a post on fansite True To You, he described the dairy farmer and festival organiser as "the gentlemanly God of Glastonbury".
What Michael Eavis meant by this statement was: WE are economically very happy because our cows have the highest milk yield in the county. No Glastonbury cow was available for comment, and no cows were heard laughing.
The singer, who has recently posted online rants against targets as diverse as Ant and Dec and Madonna, is an avid campaigner for animal rights and has cancelled gigs at venues that serve meat.
He also accused the Festival organiser of censoring his show at the festival in 2011.
The announcement that Kanye West is one of the headliners at Glastonbury has angered some fans of the festival - who have launched a petition.
The change.org petition, has so far attracted over 28,000 supporters.
The rapper has been confirmed as one of this summer's headline acts.
He follows in the footsteps of fellow hip-hop superstar Jay Z, whose Saturday night slot in 2008 caused huge controversy before it was deemed a big success.
Now a petition has been launched in an attempt to derail plans by organisers for the US star to perform.
West recently took to the stage to debut new track All Day at the Brits but his performance - much of it muted out - left many viewers disappointed.
Kanye West is an insult to music fans all over the world. We spend hundreds of pounds to attend Glasto, and by doing so, expect a certain level of entertainment. Let's prevent this musical injustice now!
Emily Eavis, daughter of the festival's founder Michael, revealed on Twitter on Monday night that the rap superstar will top the Saturday bill at Glastonbury in June.
But Adam Tingley wrote on the petition website: "If he can't even get the Brits right, how will he manage to pull in the crowds at the world's greatest music festival?!?"
Alice McCready added: "Kanye's rap image is not in keeping with the festival's concepts. His lyrics are at times offensive".
Others were more supportive.
Barnye Hunter wrote on Twitter: "I love Glastonbury because the line up is so diverse and oh my how dare they let something other than an old white rock band headline!"
And Kayleigh Quinn said: "No specific genre owns Glastonbury. There's more than one stage. Get over yourself."
The announcement came shortly after West tweeted a series of nude pictures of his wife, socialite Kim Kardashian.
Eavis tweeted: "We are thrilled to let you know we have the one and only Kanye West headlining Saturday night on the Pyramid Stage!"
Foo Fighters will headline the Pyramid Stage on the Friday, making their first appearance at the Somerset festival since 1998.
It has been announced that Kanye West will be headlining Glastonbury Festival in June.
Emily Eavis made the announcement this evening on social media.
We are thrilled to let you know we have the one and only Kanye West headlining Saturday night on the Pyramid stage!
Tickets for this year's event sold out within 30 minutes last October. The Foo Fighters had already been confirmed as Friday night's headliners, while the main act for the Sunday night has yet to be announced.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has become a tourism ambassador for Somerset.
Her father Michael is also an ambassador and the two have been running the world famous music festival together since 2000.
120,000 tickets for this year's event sold out in a record 26 minutes. The line-up has yet to be announced.
The Dalai Lama is to appear at this year's Glastonbury Festival.
In a statement on his official website, the 79-year-old revealed he will be giving a talk at Worth Farm in Pilton on June 28th - the final day of this year's event.
The Dalai Lama is the head monk of Tibetan Buddhism and was traditionally responsible for the governing of Tibet, until the Chinese government took control in 1959.
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, was recognised as the reincarnation of the previous 13th Dalai Lama, Thubten Gyatso at the age of two.
An announcement on his website said: "Public Talk in Glastonbury, Somerset, England on June 28.
"His Holiness will give a talk at the Glastonbury Festival in the morning."
In 2013, his Tibetan Monks performed live in the Green Fields at the festival, and held a ceremonial Sand Mandala to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Tibetan Declaration of Independence.
Lionel Richie has been confirmed to play at Glastonbury next summer. He is the first artist confirmed for the 2015 music event. It will be his debut UK festival appearance and he will play in the Sunday teatime slot on the Pyramid Stage, according to the festival's website.
We are over the moon. We've had some amazing performances in the Sunday teatime slot over the years, from Neil Diamond, Shirley Bassey, Paul Simon and many others.
And, of course, Dolly Parton played an incredible set this year. So we felt very lucky to get the call from a true Motown legend asking to play next year.
He's got so many amazing songs, to see him perform here on the farm is just going to be wonderful.
I'm really excited to play Glastonbury next year as it's one of the most iconic festivals in the world.
It has a phenomenal history and the alumni of artists who have previously played is incredible so I'm honoured to be joining that club.
It will be a really special moment for me and I can't wait to share it with everyone. I can now say 'Yes, I'm playing Glastonbury'.
Tickets for next year's festival sold out in record time.
Tens of thousands of music fans were left disappointed after the £225 tickets were snapped up in just 26 minutes. The 150,000 tickets were bought up even before the festival line-up has been announced.
Those who missed out on Glastonbury Festival tickets today are being told there will be another chance next year.
I'm sorry to everyone who missed out, so wish we could get everyone in. There will be a resale in the spring.
Tickets for next summer's Glastonbury Festival took just 27 minutes to sell out this morning.
Tickets for Glastonbury 2015 have now sold out. Thanks to everyone who got one, and sorry to those of you who missed out.
Tickets went on sale at 9am but it was announced on Twitter less than half an hour later that they had sold out. Prices were raised to £220 this year - £10 more than last year.
The line up has yet to be revealed.