Standard tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival will go on sale at 9am on Sunday 6th October. They will cost £210, with £5 booking.
How many toilets are there? How big is the site? With Glastonbury starting tonight, we look at the facts and figures behind the festival.
June draws to a close much as it started, with warm spells of sunshine and a hint of summer.
A little bit of Somerset is being sent over to the United States to celebrate its importance in the world of music. Glastonbury Festival is to be recognised by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In true festival style it'll be represented by a rubbish bin, which is to go on display at the museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
Michael Eavis with the bin painters Ant, Hank and Jewelz. The sign being held above their heads is a Banksy original. A copy is being sent to the museum.
Michael and Emily Eavis with the Glastonbury Festival bin full of memorabilia that is being sent to the rock and roll hall of fame museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
A bin, decorated to represent Glastonbury Festival is heading to the the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio. Michael Eavis, Glastonbury Festival organiser, says it is only right that the festival is represented in the museum.
– Michael Eavis
"We've been going 44 years. We've been around a long time. We've made quite an impression across the world. One million people pre-registered to buy tickets so there's a huge number of people out there who want to come so we haven't done badly have we really?"
Emily Eavis has revealed that Dolly Parton will be in the 'Legends' slot at 5 o'clock on the Sunday afternoon on the main Pyramid stage, which she says is arguably one of the biggest slots of the weekend.
– Emily Eavis
"Really excited. Thrilled to be able to let it out there because this is something we've been talking about for a long time. We were always told that Dolly doesn't do festivals and we're just so happy the she's agreed to do it."
Glastonbury Festival has been voted Best Event at the annual Q Awards.
Headliners at this years event were The Arctic Monkeys, Mumford and Sons and the Rolling Stones.
Tickets for next years festival went on sale at the start of the month, and sold out in record timer, in just under one hour and 27 minutes.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily say they have been amazed by ticket demand this year. In a statement, they also stress that they try to make the ticketing system as fair as possible.
– Michael and Emily Eavis, Glastonbury Festival organisers
We have, once again, been blown away by the numbers of people who were hoping to join us at the festival, and we're sorry that many of you have missed out on a ticket. We genuinely try to make the ticket system as fair as it can be, but when demand outstrips supply, it is an unfortunate inevitability that some people will be left disappointed.
2 laptops and 500 attempts at calling in 1hr 27mins & couldn't get anywhere near the website nevermind a glastonbury ticket!! #resales ;-(
The website crashed as I press 'buy tickets'. Yes, honestly. Hahahaha #glastonbury
Emotions are running high as thousands of Glastonbury ticket hopefuls lost out this morning. The website crashed for the first half hour due to the volume of hits. Nearly a million people had registered, but today's 120,000 tickets sold out in a record 1 hour 27 minutes.
The 120,000 remaining tickets for the Glastonbury Festival 2014 have sold out this morning (Sunday 6 October) in a record time of 1 hour and 27 minutes.