Glastonbury Festival famously takes a break every five years to give the grounds at its Somerset location enough time to recover from the damage inflicted by its 175,000-person crowd. Now, the festival has announced it will counter that problem by relocating the event every five years to a second location, according to the BBC.
The legendary UK festival's founder, Michael Eavis said the festival will likely be moved to a new site, roughly 100 miles from the original one hosted on his own farmlands. "I'm arranging to move the show [but] it would be a huge loss to Somerset if it went there forever," said Eavis, "We've got a wonderful product...and we can do it almost anywhere."
Read the full story from the BBC, and watch a brief video interview with Eavis on the subject here.