There's no telling what the future looks like forGlastonbury following a site relocation that has reportedly fallen through the cracks. Michael Eavis had suggested that the festival move to the Wiltshire estate by 2019, after ownership issues and safety concerns arose, surrounding Worthy Farm.

But now, the Telegraph has reported that the owner of the Longleat site, Lord Bath, has been overruled by his son, who has decided to overturn the decision to host the festival on their property. "Longleat probably won’t happen anymore," Eavis said. "Lord Bath is really keen. I went to him because I knew him when he was a boy. But he and his son aren’t agreeing, and they don’t speak very much, so it’s hard to make decisions. I haven’t been able to sit down with all of them at the same time."

Apparently, the rich family worry about excessive mud, which would hinder their post-festival operations. "I fear for Glastonbury," Eavis was quoted as saying.