It seems the Glastonbury news train never really stops rolling. Tickets for the 2015 installment sold out within minutes, which was a new record for the festival, and today news has come to light of their 2013 financial earnings. Hint: it's not pretty.

Yeah, the festival earned £35 million in ticket sales, but they only made £764,000 in total profits. That's largely in part due to payments of £2.6 million to companies owned by Michael Eavis and his relatives, which includes land rental, staff costs, management fees, and costs incurred by the Worthy Farm and hiring out the expansive Pyramid Stage. They also paid £348,000 in charitable donations, so it's not all bad. (via NME).