Glastonbury is STAYING at Worthy Farm as organisers sign huge new deal
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In spite of past comments from Glasto founder Michael Eavis about a new location in the years to come, his daughter and fellow festival organiser Emily has revealed that a brand new contract has been signed with Worthy Farm.
“Glastonbury will always be here at Worthy Farm,” Emily told BBC 6 Music. “We have just signed a 17-year contract with one of our neighbouring farmers, so it’s very much as solid as it can be here at Worthy Farm.”
She added: “Glastonbury Festival will always be here and hopefully we can keep it going. We’ve managed to keep it going for this long so hopefully we can keep it going a bit longer.”
The Eavis family are also working on a separate festival called Variety Bazaar, to take place over the next few years at a separate location.
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