Glastonbury could move to the Midlands in order to maintain the Worthy Farm site.
Michael Eavis has mooted the idea before, with the current Somerset site also doubling as a working farm.
Glastonbury will take a lie-year in 2018 to allow Worthy Farm to rejuvenate, but this could be followed by a switch to the Midlands.
Speaking to the BBC Michael Eavis said: “I am arranging one year off, say every fifth year or so, to try and move to a site that’s more suitable. But it would be a huge loss for Somerset if it went there for ever, would it not?”
Continuing, he added: “But I’ve found a site about 100 miles [away], up towards the Midlands. We’ve got a wonderful product what we do and we can do it almost anywhere. I love my own farm… I might have to move it eventually.”
“Most people are on side now and it’s a wonderful, wonderful boost for the whole of Somerset and beyond as well. I don’t want to lose it for ever, no way.”
Check out the full interview HERE.
Glastonbury 207 runs between June 21st - 25th.